stravigor "Carpet Design" 2d

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stravigor "Aging Process" 3d

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stravigor "Landscape in Portrait Mode" 3d

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stravigor "Doctor and Patient" 7d

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stravigor "Portrait of Don Draper" 1w
  •   finnicle1 he seems affected by guilt, mesmerised by the power of advertising, his steely exterior softened by textured material 7d
  •   shardrix Too cool. A bit mysterious. 7d
  •   sivedblom You are an exceptional artist! I'm blown away by your talent ️ Consider all your posts as loved by me 7d
  •   limor_sadot So cool. It took me awhile to see him 5d
  •   maryam_ss60 Always all your shots are perfect love it 4d
  •   solidsignal Wonderful 3d
  •   j4jools Oh yes! G-d I loved that series!!! 3d

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stravigor "I Know What Helen of Troy Looked Like" 4w

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stravigor "Mad Women #7, Third Series (Megan)" 1mon

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stravigor "Mad Women #5, Third Series (Megan)" 1mon

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stravigor "She went back into the labyrinth. But this time she rolled out her purple thread behind her, so that she could find your way out again at the end of the task." 1mon

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stravigor "Portrait of Jessica Paré, as Megan in 'Mad Men.'" 1mon

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stravigor "A Vision (Mad Women #3, Second Series)" 1mon

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stravigor "Three o'clock passed, then four. I was annoyed, of course, but it came down to the simple fact that I was out of choices; I'd have been long gone in any ordinary circumstances. The moon was setting, and as it went down the ocean darkened. I heard a cough behind me, and, turning around, I saw a tall, broad figure, standing not five feet behind me. is stealth was as impressive as his size; despite my senses being keenly alert, I had noticed nothing. The voice, when it spoke, was low and husky – but distinctly female. 'You're a woman!' 'And you have approximately one chance to save your skin, and you will be guided by a woman this night... unless you are a bigger fool than you appear. The boat is ready. Are we going?' It was my turn to cough, though not for the same reason. She paused briefly, looking straight at me in the dark, Her eyes barely visible. Then she turned, heading off down the beach, and, shouldering my bag, I followed." 1mon
  •   stravigor "And you have approximately one chance to save your skin, Dr. Priestly – oh yes, I know exactly who you are. The trouble for you is, all the other smugglers in this district do, too; and while my profit lies in delivering you safely away, theirs lies in turning you in for the reward." 1mon
  •   finnicle1 the eternal dilemma morality versus mercenary 1mon
  •   stravigor @finnicle1 and the background story in this one: your principles versus your survival. 1mon
  •   stravigor "She didn't try to persuade me that she was capable of the task – and it may sound strange, but that actually gave me confidence in her." 1mon
  •   finnicle1 one has to trust in instincts rather than words 1mon
  •   dragana_s Beauty! 1mon
  •   ourladyoftardiness gifted in words and images that you are. I think that is a rare gift. 2w
  •   ilovetigerplanes_fs Love 5d

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stravigor "We had gone to see the Dead at Oakland Arena, and stayed over another day to check out Blondie at the same venue. I was tired of the scene at the first one, and sort of horrified by the scene at the second one. For some reason Mac didn't take me home and I crashed on his couch – just as well, I suppose. I vividly remember a dream I was having: A high school buddy and I had jumped onto a box car, destination South America – somehow in the dream we knew that's where we were going – and then, I realized that there was someone else in the box car with us. It was Frank Sinatra, sitting there, in a reverie, not noticing us, smoking a cigarette; as I watched him I noticed that the cigarette paper was green. I was wondering about that, staring at it, trying to figure out what cigarettes would have green papers, when the boxcar began to shake and rattle. In my dream, I looked out the open door of the car, and the scenery lurched violently. I woke up, and it was a good old early-morning earthquake, rattling all the dishes in the kitchen." 2mon
  •   dragana_s Special! 1mon
  •   abstractor_incognito Another masterpiece, I can't take my eyes off this one!! 3w
  •   laqha And I am still trying to figure out frank and green cigarets :-) 2w
  •   ourladyoftardiness The image is unfathomable to me. The caption is once again lovely! I like the tone you use! The voice is so calm and reflective, observant and penetrative. Super like it, with all honesty. 2w
  •   sivedblom Ooohhh........ your captions.... ️ ...and not to mention your images..... 7d
  •   lastslonger How awesome to dream of Sinatra! Hmm. And the the green of the cigarette paper. 3d
  •   victorino53 Magnífica galería, me encanta. 1d

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stravigor "His voice was deep, but he spoke quietly, like a last roll of thunder, vanishing with the storm. I had the uncanny thought that whenever he spoke the trees all around would murmur along with him; then I realized that the wind had been blowing. I found him a little comical - so gravely serious, so naïve about the creatures and the plants of the forest. for him the rocks themselves had lives, individual spirits, a sense of belonging to something whole. And so when he raised his voice, looking straight at me, of all the ten of us standing there listening to him, directly in the face, I did not take it seriously when he said, calmly, 'I cause the forest'; at that moment a pine branch, 30 feet above our heads, cracked and fell. He didn't flinch as it crashed to the ground, not five feet behind him. He laughed, and looked at us in anticipation, as though he had obviously himself caused the branch to fall; if he hoped for our agreement on this, he was disappointed. The wind came up again, and the trees began their murmuring sound again, as he told us his terms and conditions." 2mon

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stravigor "Bodhi" 2mon

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stravigor "Portrait of Tanisha" 2mon

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stravigor "Intimate Immensity #1 (second series)" 2mon

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stravigor "Love and Devotion #2 (Look Up to Be Known, Look Down to Know Yourself" 2mon

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