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1967 - Shelley At The Beach529 views Padre Island, Texas
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1977, April 21 - A Postcard to Shelley, Milan to Texas415 viewstrapped in a bad marriage

poor and alone, with a child

writing postcards to a distant man

she hardly knew.
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1977 - December. Family Christmas in Texas645 views FAMILY

Cathy Lynn - Lesbian truck Driver

David - Lover of small things and forgotten places

Susan Leslie - Rancher & Food Worker

Shelley Eve - Hotelier in Las Vegas (not shown)

Agnes Lillian - The Light of my Life

(baby)

Yvette Agnes - Elusive Figure; loved drugs & booze





water families love
thoughts friendships comes
flow ebb goes

flow> <memories


synapses connect all

so much beauty so little time
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2 Girls in Texas1095 viewsTexas Tech Coeds
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2 Girls In Texas875 viewsTexas Tech coeds
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Abstraction1170 viewsThe goal of abstraction is to communicate the intangible, that which eludes the photograph and normal seeing.



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Abstraction803 views2 girls in Texas
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Bronze Goddess1140 viewsIshtar, Goddess Of Love


"Symmetry is only a property of dead things. Did you ever see a tree or a mountain that was symmetrical? It?s fine for buildings, but if you ever see a symmetrical human face, you will have the impression that you ought to think it beautiful, but that in fact you find it cold. The human heart likes a little disorder in its geometry. Look at your face in a mirror, and you will see that one eyebrow is a little higher than the other, that the set of the lid of your left eye is such that the eye is a fraction more open that the other. It is these things that make you both attractive and beautiful, whereas?otherwise you would be a statue. Symmetry is for God, not for us."




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Cassie531 viewsTexas Tech
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Cynthia Kicks Ass in Texas422 viewsDallas, Texas
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Lady Godiva Rides In Texas1405 views"Lady Godiva, was an 11th-century Anglo-Saxon noblewoman who, according to a legend dating back at least to the 13th century, rode naked through the streets of Coventry in order to gain a remission of the oppressive taxation imposed by her husband on his tenants. The name "Peeping Tom" for a voyeur originates from later versions of this legend in which a man named Tom had watched her ride and was struck blind or dead."





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Dallas Beauty534 viewsA Kim Dawson model
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