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Monday, October 8, 2012

30 Days of Photographs III: Hair

The theme for Day 29 of 30 Days of Photographs III is The City. Sadly, today we're only on Day 8, which is Hair. Add your link at the bottom of the page and go check out the rest of our hairy participants.


Hair

I hate photos of myself and I would be a very happy woman if I never had to see another one. Still, every time we do 30 Days of Photographs, there seems to be one prompt that calls for a self-portrait. Hell, the first time around the prompt actually was "self-portrait." The second time, it was "pleasure." I know a self-portrait doesn't seem like the most obvious chocie for a prompt of "pleasure," but it worked out rather well, if I do say so myself.

This time, the prompt is hair, and well, I have a lot of it.




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64 comments:

  1. Yowza! What a lovely head of hair it is!!

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  2. you certainly do have beautiful hair - me not so much!

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  3. i'm not too fond of selfies either, but i do them as needed. and wow, you do have lots of hair.

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  4. I've always lusted after hair exactly like yours but got frizz instead.

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  5. Oh my Lord, woman. Can I have that when you're done with it? Gorgeous!

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  6. your hair is absolutely gorgeous!

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  7. KInda reminds me of me in the 70s, sorta. You have lovely hair Ziva. Now I'm gonna have dreams.

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  8. I would sell my liver AND kidneys for hair like that! WOW!!!!!!

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  9. I love your hair. So beautiful!

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  10. I love your hair!! I am growing out mine... Should be your length by 2026.

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  11. I LOVE your hair! You need to come visit so I can brush it. :)

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  12. Best Hair Prize and entry into the Hair Hall of Fame!


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  13. Good grief woman, what a photo! Superb!

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  14. No, Meleah, you need all your organs intact! If it makes you feel any better, it takes FOREVER for it to dry after a shower. ;)

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  15. Why, thank you, Indigo! I'm very glad you found it pleasing.

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  16. Oh my, I'm very honoured! I've always wanted to be in the Hair Hall of Fame. ;)

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  17. LOL! I would come visit you again in a heartbeat, Jenn, I had such a wonderful time with you. :)

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  18. Still. I would KILL to have your hair.

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  19. I've actually been thinking about cutting it short(er), but maybe I'll just keep it long for a while still... Good luck with your hair. ;)

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  20. Well now you're going to have to post a photo of yourself in the 70's, dufus.

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  21. Absolutely, you have first dibs on it!

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  22. Hah, I always wanted curly hair, but the natural state of my hair is, and aways will be, completely straight. It looks all nice and wavy in the photo, but add a drop of moisture, and it becomes flat and straight and boring.

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  23. And you know what the best part is? She's my wife! :-) All mine.. muahaha..

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  24. Self-portraits are the worst. Luckily for me, the hair provided a good curtain to hide behind. ;)

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  25. Thank you, Pat! I'm sure yours isn't that bad. :)

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  26. Shhh, you're scaring away the readers!

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  27. How did you take that shot? Your arms can't be that long. I'll add spleen to Meleah's list.

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  28. Zivpunzel, Zivapunzel, let down your long hair, that I may climb your, uhm, auburn stair!

    Which has always puzzled me. If the witch climbs up into the tower using Rapunzel's hair, then what's this reference to the stair? Is it a metaphor for something else?

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  29. I love your hair, Cousin It.

    Kidding. Your locks are so much prettier and I'm pretty sure that's the back of your body, not the front. :)

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  30. I have one word: Goddess hair

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  31. That may be the most glorious head of hair I've ever seen. Poems are written about hair like that! You are amazing!

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  32. I don't think anyone's ever written a poem about my hair, but I certainly think someone should! ;)

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  33. I think that's two words.. But one word, two words, I don't care, I like it!

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  34. I have a magic levitating camera with a self-timer.

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  35. That is beautiful hair! Of course I IMAGINE that the rest of you is gorgeous as well!

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  36. Sorry Ziva; 6 hours later, and this is still awesome. Indigo x

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  37. Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair!

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  38. Me too! (Although I don't think anyone would want my kidneys.)

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  39. I did, but random strangers kept trying to climb up to our balcony!

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  40. Haha, I'm glad to hear that. ;)

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  41. You know, there's a reason why I never show the rest of me. ;) But I'm very happy you like the hair!

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  42. My sisters always wanted a bit of wave and I always wanted long blonde hair so I could swish it around. For years I envied straight-haired women being able to use their hair to accentuate their emotions (the hauty flip-off, the demure through the hair look, etc.) while mine just sat there frizzing or curled up into rings.

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  43. Roses are red,
    Violets are blue,
    You have nice hair,
    And I don't.

    You're welcome.

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  44. I love you, too, Nicky.

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  45. You have absolutely gorgeous hair! I'm looking forward to your self-portrait again!

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  46. Maybe it was the 60s. For some reason I can't rightly recall. Whenever it was, it was before they had cameras.

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  47. Thanks, Coco! Don't hold your breath, though. ;)

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  48. Thank you, sweet Michael, that was wonderful.

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  49. So you were born in the 16th century, then?

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  50. Hmm, what exactly are you thanking me for, Jamie?

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