OUI! C'est en français ET en anglais!!!Yes it's both in English and French
This is wonderful! You've really done an amazing job of capturing the play of light across the face and eyes. It's a great concept as well.
Atmosphère dramatique voire mystique
Aravis: Merci beaucoup! In fact, this is a self-portrait I took it yesterday at the restaurant. There was that small candle in a glass... I held the candle in one hand and took the pic with the other... Not easy, cause my cam is heavy... Hhehhehe. Mei: Merci. La nuit porte conseil... :)Michelle Lana: Merci!!! And thanks for visiting! :)
Thank you as well for visiting! Take care....
Beautiful eyes! Nice lighting too
I thought it was a glowing glass of milk.Very nice picture.
beau rendu!!! j'adore..
Intense eyes...very nice illo!
CLEARLY you are telling spooky stories with a 'candle in glass' positioned how the Brown Owl tells stories around a camp fire. Telling eyes ;)
Wow, it looked like a painting. Impressive, especially given the effort you went through to get the shot. *G*
Voila, energy and power on this image, it jumped out from my monitor and had that magic spell. You really combined amazingly the light and dark with deep shades of red so that they made a stunning picture.
This is really cool! The light on your forehead and eyes makes me think of a Georges de la Tour painting. It's gorgeous!
Dans un restaurant?.. L'experte était là pour nous offrir toute la beauté de l'imaginaire...
Tony: Thanks!!! *blushing*Josh: Radioactive milk??? :)Cez: Merci beaucoup! :)Studio Lolo: Thanks to you! :)Anon: Clearly...Mbwhhahahahha! :)Aravis: :) Sometimes, trouble is fun!!! Katili: What a compliment! *blushing again* :)Carla: I have always been amazed by the way G de la Tour showed the fight between darkness and light! He was the best! :)Ritadaphné: Au Pizzédélic, juste en face de mon apartement... Hhehhe!
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