Saturday, December 26, 2009

Monochrome Weekend-Beauty


I've been to Lulu Saloon *yesterday . I saw this wall painting in the middle of the Threading Room.

Beauty is unbearable, drives us to despair, offering us for a minute the glimpse of an eternity that we should like to stretch out over the whole of time.
~ Albert Camus

Go and visit The Monochrome Weekend hosted by Aileni to check out the monochrome maniacs.


Word of the day: *ems is the arabic word of yesterday. Salaam to all!

14 comments:

  1. Interesting image. It's one dimensional in the way surface beauty often is.

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  2. sure is a beauty!

    Happy New Year Sissy!

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  3. Great painting, I'd love to see it in color too.

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  4. Hi Merry blessed Christmas to you and your family. May you have joy and peace always in your heart !

    fROM tHe Dessert oF Saudi Arabia!...

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  5. You have placed that delightfully curved neck right at the centre of your image, Misalyn, where all the action is happening with the makeup brush.

    Health and happiness for 2010.

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  6. Already preparing yourself for the party? ;) You're like the "Lady in Red" (looking wonderful) by Chris de Burgh. Love from Sylvia. My best wishes to you and the ones you love.

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  7. Assume that real beauty does not know a word like 'ems', but an eternal present.
    Please have a wonderful Sunday.

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  8. Beauty is way more than skin deep, right? Oh, a threading room? never seen that term - same as a dressing room? Learn new things every day.

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  9. I googled 'threading room' - see that it is a place to have your eyebrows managed. Oh my...

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  10. Misalyn, im lucky to come over here, its truly b'ful. your every picture speaks trust my words. why don't you exhibit them? so niceeeeeeee.. loads of luv. hav 2 b a follower here too.
    Naqvee

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  11. this is an eye-catching painting. the quote made me smile...the quest for "beauty" drives men & women to the plastic surgeon.:p

    P.S. re Christmas tradition (the lack of it), yes, it's because of religion.

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  12. I wasn't around last weekend and missed this post. I love the painting, so symbolic of the quest for perfection. The Camus quote is perfect for this photo.
    Judy

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