nymphoninjas:


Not sure if there’s a theme this week but I sense vulnerability, so I decided to submit this picture of myself where, beyond the mask, I recognize little gestures of accepted weakness. The thing is, I’m not sure where I have my mask. Lots of love!

Vulnerability definitely plays into Submission Sunday each week. We recognize it takes a lot for some people to submit and put themselves out there, and we appreciate every photo that we get, even the ones that we don’t post. There’s nothing about your post that would keep us from posting it though, it’s beautiful, well thought out, and very well composed. -Trouble

That’s me.

nymphoninjas:

Not sure if there’s a theme this week but I sense vulnerability, so I decided to submit this picture of myself where, beyond the mask, I recognize little gestures of accepted weakness. The thing is, I’m not sure where I have my mask. Lots of love!

Vulnerability definitely plays into Submission Sunday each week. We recognize it takes a lot for some people to submit and put themselves out there, and we appreciate every photo that we get, even the ones that we don’t post. There’s nothing about your post that would keep us from posting it though, it’s beautiful, well thought out, and very well composed.
-Trouble

That’s me.

There are people who, when they look at a picture, they get angry at it. But they should get angry at themselves for not having the courage to look into the problem.

Oliviero Toscani

Anonymous asked:

I did not. Repeat. Did not like -modern woman- photo. Can you take it off. Repeat. Take it off. It's offensive. Repeat. Offensive! Peace and love.

Peace and love :-) Make me understand why you find it offensive! It’s just me with a scarf on my head, I had to cover my face some way and I found the result interesting. The caption is just a reflection of how I believe the modern woman, comfortable in her own body, is anonymous and free. For that same reason I don’t plan on removing it.

Globalism is a blessing. Proclaiming that McDonalds is bad and should be banned is like saying you’re against photography because you’ve seen an ugly picture somewhere. You know what you should do? Take a better picture. That is revolution-not screaming on the street.

Oliviero Toscani  (via angelacollins1)