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Silhouettes, a Poor Man's Portrait, a Guest Post from Brenda J. Webb

This post originally appeared on the Austen Authors’ blog in April 2015. I have chosen to recycle it here. Enjoy!!!!

Iโ€™ve been fascinated by silhouettes since I had one done when I was a teenager by an artist at one of the tourist attractions inย Tennessee. 750 more words

Regency Era

‘You go to new places and it opens your eyes to different things you haven’t seen before.๐ŸŒ† Everything from colors, to silhouettes, to patterns – it just comes from everywhere.’๐Ÿƒ
-Lauren Conrad


‘There’s no way to know what makes one thing happen and not another. What leads to what. What destroys what. What causes what to flourish or die or take another course.’๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ™Œ
-Cheryl Strayed, Wild ๐Ÿ’š



I took this picture around a year ago. I could’ve taken the picture of each tree separately in any type of angle but I chose this particular angle because together the 2 trees brought out a different result from my usual photographs. 178 more words


My Silhouettes, Your Shine.

You are an art
I discovered, in this journey of time.

I recollect memories
As when I drew these dark images
Struggling to express my own definition of happiness and life. 89 more words

Matte Sun

I took this photograph about a year ago and it’s a bit different from my usual pictures. There’s nothing that is popping out to the eyes but rather all the elements present in the photograph work together and exude this simple yet elegant aura. 144 more words