Quote of the Day


Lady of Hoi An (1 of 1)

“Beautiful young people are accidents of nature,

but beautiful old people are works of art.”

— Eleanor Roosevelt

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43 comments

  1. Wonderful image! And I did rather like the quote….

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  2. She’s still beautiful even with her age. Beautiful picture!

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  3. Wonderful picture. I like that she’s looking directly into the lens. She is indeed a work of art.

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  4. So much to see in lines grown by life! LOVE the quote and image 🙂

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  5. Great quote and great image.

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  6. Is the wisdom that makes them beautiful.

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  7. Wonderful image Kaz, works perfectly with the quote, which I love!

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  8. Wonderful image Kaz and a perfect quote – I love her hands as much as her face, astonishing character.

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  9. a great portrait, beautiful tones and the womens statue and pose. Great quote too

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  10. I might not be beautiful but at 80 I certainly appreciate that sentiment!

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  11. Have always admired Elearnor Roosevelt…..and her quotations are quite amazing. Have you read, My Year With Eleanor: A Memoir: Noelle Hancock? EXCELLENT book!

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  12. Great portrait. Like the monochrome. It creates an intense atmosphere.

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  13. I love this image, Kaz! I especially like Mrs. Roosevelt’s quote. Cheers my friend :-))

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  14. I just hope I live long enough to be a work of art.

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  15. Reblogged this on Wang and The City and commented:
    I so agree with @kazg10. Sometimes I simply want to tell the millennials to shut the f*ck up, you don’t know jack sh*t ….

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  16. That is a splendid piece of portraiture.

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