A Little Composition (Part 4)
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Ode to simplicity - Monthly special XVIIIWe proudly present a glorious selection from the April Gallery submissions #Ode-to-simplicity.
Open your eyes.
Open your soul.
Feel the beauty flow within.
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the prettiest thing by *BlauBeerKuchen TBHs by *m-lucia
Fe2O3.H2O... by *beans6677 untitled - urban by ~ChristianRudat Up by *HorstSchmier
facade xxix by ~ChristianRudat Imprisoned Possibilities by *solefield A Little Composition (Part 4) by *Einsilbig
| Oui... C'est le Printemps | by *figueline Stand here all alone. by `dragonfly-oli the blue secret by *m-lucia
About the neverending Winter by ~Lissuin White by *indojo Hair gravity I by *Epytafe
TOGETHER WE STAND by ~SAMLIM
Collected and arranged by *augenweide
i love things simple by ~simplicity-fan keep it simple by ~simplicity-fan
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Here's to the Just-FriendsI have always had a terrible habit of falling in love instantaneously. It is never something planned or well understood or predicted, just something that simply happened and took my breath away. Each time it has, the passionate Italian half of the family would sigh in a mixture of silent nostalgia (this trait is surely genetic) and knowing halfsmiles and remark to themselves that this particular daughter has always had a curious relationship with thunderbolts.
There are two varieties. The ones we always noticed were those that came cracking out of the sky, splitting it open, dramatic, flashy, terrifying and beautiful. Troublemakers. The kind that overloaded circuits, burnt down century old trees, and hurt people. They may have connected heaven and earth for all their transient heat, but they were brief and they were almost always dangerous. And then there were the equally beautiful but less dramatic bolts that stayed up there. Warm diffused soc