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09 December 2010

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Di

I loved the colours first, then the quote ... finally I looked and found the woman. Lovely capture x

Stephanie

Amazing...and so very true. Anxiously catching up with your travels here.

x..x

gillian

Tara, I caught my breath as soon as I saw her eyes.

You won the lottery on this shot it's priceless. {Like you. Thought you should know.}

xoxox

Swirly

That is AMAZING ~ what a powerful, haunting photo. Gorgeous, Tara...so gorgeous.

Mary H.

Another wonderful reminder to give pause and truly look at our world.

RD

When I finally found her, I jumped. What a picture! She looks imprisoned and lost.

gracey

as always, your lovely photos tell stories :)
have a great week Tara!
xo

Marilyn Miller

That is exactly what I did and I missed the woman until I made the picture larger. Very nice shot. Her eyes were definitely watching.

A Fanciful Twist

On of the most incredible photos I have ever seen. Hauntigly beautiful, to see her. I have chills.... Her eyes... intense.... LOVe you, V

Limner

I searched. The longer I peered the less I saw. I enlarged the image. Just as I decreased the size--there she was! I yelped.

Amazing and awesome, Tara. Now I'm imagining all sorts of reasons for her being there. I feel a lie coming on. Need to write it down fast so it will end as a lovely story!

Anyes

Thank you for making me look twice at this beautiful photograph and to teach me to be even more attentive to details.

Natalie

Oh, those colors, and the woman peering reminds me somehow of that iconic photo of the Afghan girl with green eyes in National Geographic. Absolutely splendid.

Tracy

once again, your images are stunning and tell such a story I find myself yearning to stand where you stood. Those eyes. Hers, but yours as well. You have a gift, I tell you. A gift.

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