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Powerful Black and White Portraits

This post showcase stunning black and white portraits of homeless people taken by Lee Jeffries. He started taking homeless people photos when he met a young

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his smile probably means a lot. some people as they get older tend to become grumpy because of life stress, but this mans smile disproves that. Life lines ~ such a cherished expression of pure joy!

Now that's a happy smile!

“Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart” ~ Kahil Gibran. So much light in her smile!

Che i colori ti saltino addosso o che sia tu a riempirti di colori l'importante è saperne cogliere la ricchezza, saper vedere ogni sfumatura, viverla. foto di Steve McCurry

Steve McCurry, Man Covered in Powder, fuji crystal photograph, 40 X 30 inches

First Communion circa 1960s/1970s

Tooo funny - reminds me of my First Holy Communion - except I wanted to make that face after I got the wafer on my tongue but didn't or I would be threatened by nasty look from Sister Madeline!

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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.

Classic literature is considered classic for good reason; it's characters are relatable and it's themes are timeless. If you are making additions to or revising the reading list for your English Language Arts course, here's 10 classic literature titles that are still worth teaching in middle school and high school.

Classic Literature for the Secondary Classroom: 10 Titles Still Worth Teaching

Classic literature is considered classic for good reason; it's characters are relatable and it's themes are timeless. If you are making additions to or revising the reading list for your English Language Arts course, here's 10 classic literature titles th

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