Most Popular Photo Last Year: June 2, 2013

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Her expressive eyes are teasing us to keep staring at this lovely portrait.

Credits: alexyz

Her lips may be sealed but there so much emotion in her eyes that we cannot help but be charmed by this black and white portrait by alexyz. The perfect contrast between the color of this lovely lady’s skin and the leaves and flowers surrounding her helped in keeping our focus on that gorgeous eyes.

Photo taken using Zenit 122 loaded with Lomography Lady Grey B&W 400 35mm.

written by icequeenubia on 2014-06-02 in #news #community-recap #most-popular-photo-last-year

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    Congratz... @alexyz ...!! Follow comment...

  2. alexyz
    alexyz ·

    wooow!!!
    Thank you @herbert-4 ! :D

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