To hell with non-photogenecity - if I may be so bold! You're lovely.
Compliments always welcome over here, Tom.
In comparison with your brush, the camera is a feeble instrument. You defy it and shine out as ever.
From a fellow non-phogentic-person, that is a lovely image of you. Some of us just have faces that move too much to look right all still.
Hi Zhoen, yes, a face-in-motion is altogether a different animal than the face immobile. But seeing myself on video a few times made me want to hide in a desert cave for the rest of my life. What is this thing called identity anyway and why does it matter to us? Vanity is the easy answer, but is it really?
Vincent, thank you. I'll be in touch very soon, sorry for lateness. It's taking me time to get back into my normal rhythm.
You look very good, actually. It's just a little self-consciousness.
Mwah mwah, Hattie!
I like this photo, Natalie.It looks as if you were saying "Here it is, here I am, ask".
Ellena, thanks.Yes, here I am!
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