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dorsano

OK - I'm gonna have to come back tomorrow to look at these again - they are too cool - and to read more closely what you've written - cause I NEED TO GET TO BED now. :(

Neil Shakespeare

You are SUCH a romantic beneath that hardboiled Bond-girl exterior.

JR

The 1950 Paris photo, "Kiss at the Hotel de Ville," by Robert Doisneau, is posed.

"He told us we were charming, and asked if we could [kiss] again for the camera," Françoise recalls today. "We didn't mind. We were used to kissing. We were doing it all the time then—it was delicious. And Monsieur Doisneau was adorable, very low key, very relaxed."

http://www.smithsonianmag.si.edu/smithsonian/issues05/jul05/indelible.html

Shakespeare's Sister

That last one is a Jack Vettriano, who, in spite of his last name which doesn't sound remotely so, is a Scottish artist. We have several of his prints in our house. Each is lovelier than the next.

blue girl

Thanks SS. You woulda thought I woulda given the artists credit -- whooops!

I was caught up in the romance I guess. At least that's my story!

Chris

Hey, as is the nature of the internet, i'm replying to something posted and forgotten about years ago. I think the one reason the second pic just isn't cutting it is, she's practically dry humping the guy... there is not class to this pic at all. just hop on up and eat his face. Seems forced and at the very least unromantic. The first pic ROOOOOOCKS.

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