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So beautiful poem, so adorable eyes...I agree with your words, I use to say "the eyes are like doors to the soul..."hugsLéia
I like watchingnoticingwhere eyes land...where theyfall
Eyes cannot tell a lie. So much expression and truth is shown in the eyes.
I agree with all these sentiments! The eyes have it! How did you frame the photograph?
So true. When I read this I immediately thought of my husband. When he smiles, his eyes are the best thing in the world.
I'm drawn to this image this morning. The eyes are the windows...
the 'eyes' have 'it' for sure.
Lib. Jewel: Cropped the photo and then chose 'vignette' from 'effects' in iPhoto.
I like your processing on this one.
It's so cool that the eyes and your words come together to make and a face. Underneath the photo, I see the shape of a nose, a smile, and a long chin.
Interesting comment by Denise. . .Naturally inquisitive—the beautiful eyes in this post.
My daughter's eyes are very light blue and they dance and sparkle. My son's eyes are green and so incredibly deep and soulful. Funny how different they can be. I can read their thoughts through their eyes!
These are very hypnotic eyes..I also love the dog's eyes beyond, so clever.In french we say that eyes are doors of the soul..so true!
“Maybe we’re here only to say: house, bridge, well, gate, jug, olive-tree, window--at most, pillar, tower--but to say them, remember, oh! to say them in a way that the things themselves never dreamed of so intensely.” --Rilke
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