... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
I am glad that I don't have long hair. I like it short. I like to wash it at the kitchen sink and use a wash cloth and soap instead of shampoo. I never put it up with a comb. But I have been known to comb what I got. I think the photograph is stunning.
... but we are not going to discuss her profession on the basis of the brand of the hair clips, don't we?:-)I would really like to see her face, see if it matches this impression of elegance and intelligence the photo creates.
Oh, yes, you could find her here, too, at a writers' festival or a lecture on light-paintings. Really nice shot. I love the texture of her hair and the effect of the combs, so solid, in the midst of her softness. As for your questions about Williams College, it's a small (about 2000 students) private, liberal arts school dating back to the late 18th century. I'm not certain that building was part of the original campus but it's certainly not a new building. And we often have blue skies in Vermont...I couldn't speak to weather in Western Massachuetts...hence the qualification.
It's like learning to ski or ride a horse at a very young age. This woman has had long hair all her life and can clip it in her sleep.
What a great shot, an old-fashioned follow up to PJ's recent very modern hair series. I like altadenahiker's comment, Mum had long hair that could have rolled itself it had been the same style so long.
How lovely is that? Wonderful, Julie. Thank you!
Wow! I haven't seen that look in a long time.
This is such a wonderful shot! The lady has the most beautiful hair!
I love older women who wear their hair like this. They are feminine, yet strong - I love your portrait.
She gets good tips on her hair thing, I like it.My Bangkok Through My Eyes!
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