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A Wrinkle in Time. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. (Photo and caption by Nikki Krecicki) 2010 National Geographic Photography Contest

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as women will we ever except the fact that wrinkles really are beautiful. i her face.this is a face that has lived a life not flat and empty of feeling

#Photography, #People, #Portrait  Some communities of indigenous people refuse to have their pictures taken.  They believe that the camera might take a part of their soul, their spirit.  This is exactly what I am trying to do when photographing people.  I try to capture some of their spirit, to freeze and can some of their soul.  I believe that the human spirit is endless, so no worries... :)

Some communities of indigenous people refuse to have their pictures taken. They believe that the camera might take a part of their soul, their spirit.

Mud Bath

Incredible Images Competing In The National Geographic Photo Of The Year Contest

In a mud pool at the sea salt mines near Bourgas, Bulgaria locals gather. He applies the mud from the pool and then stands upright until it is dry only to take a dip in the nearby sea. Afterwards he gets a relaxing swim in the of water in the salt mine.

What an iteresting portrait bringing out those piercing eyes. - by Evan Kafka

What an iteresting portrait bringing out those piercing eyes. - by Evan Kafka, male style icon, man portret, photography,

Photograph 96 years smiling by Diego Mena on 500px

Smiling for a very long time over many many years makes you Smile-Beautiful! You can be smile beautiful any day you choose! years Smiling", photo by Diego Mena / Cuban Artist)

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This picture really caught my attention because the photographer decided to do a close up shot, which showed all of the wrinkles and details in his face. I feel a very strong sense of unity when looking at this picture.

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