>Life & Death Portraits

>Check out the title link.

This is one of the most profound pieces of ‘artwork’ photography I’ve seen in quite some while.

Beautiful. Poignant. Heart wrenchingly profound. Go see. No seriously, now.

I like it, because it truly makes you think.

I guess I thought it was more appropriate for posting here, because this journal is meant to be about my life… and with all my heart trouble and upcoming surgery (remind me to babble about that some time), naturally it’s a subject I’ve been pondering for several months.

~doffs cap~

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About DK Green (aka DKLeather)

- 51 year old parent, grandparent & unbelievably great grandparent! - Holistic psychotherapist & counsellor, supervisor, life coach, guide, hypnotherapist, shamanic practitioner, mentor, meditator, motorcycle and horse rider, celebrant and tarot reader. - Happily living a very diverse life filled with family, friends, loves, laughter and so much more. - Polyamorous. Passionate. Trans. Leather.
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4 Responses to >Life & Death Portraits

  1. Olga/Maddie says:

    >I found such peace and calmness looking at those photos.And it reminds me of the morning when Sparks died.I thought I wouldn’t be able to look at him after realizing that he was gone. But I did keep looking. I’m not sure I knew why but I knew that I needed to and that it brought me comfort.Thank you so much for sharing this link with us, as it’s so very much appreciated. It also means a lot to me (in regards to us losing Sparks, last year). *big smile*Hope that you and yours are doing all right, that things are going okay, and that today goes all right for you all.God bless.Hugs and love you. *HG*Take care and talk to you later. Bye me fellow wenchie/Senora, :)! Olga/Maddie

  2. >Beautiful. I have tears streaming down my face. I hope I can be half as dignified about my death.

  3. Juliette M says:

    >I have seen those before (I think Zinnia posted them) but I found them so amazing. I kind of wish that when my dad died, 10 years ago this May, he had had some pictures taken before and after. However I think my family would not have wanted to remember him looking cancer-ravaged. But Rachel is right, the pics are so dignified and in a way beautiful. I think I may have pictures taken like that.

  4. DJ Kirkby says:

    >I would like to know more about your heart problems and impending surgery.

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