Evocative Poseidonesque Eyes.

“Probably one of the best portraits I’ve ever taken. He’s an Irishman with blue eyes and has some funny marks on him. He was lying every night by a bonfire near a vegetable market. Some Hare Krishna types would come around at night giving these people soup, then they’d daub their faces with that absurd kind of religious sign. So he had to put up with that to get that bowl of soup. You can see he’s a man whose soul has been destroyed .” Homeless Irishman, East End, London, 1970. Don McCullin

If there was a word that meant hard to look at something but even harder not to, I’d use it now and here for this.

Quote: “If you’re reading this…Congratulations, you’re alive. If that’s not something to smile about, then I don’t know what is.” ― Chad Sugg, Monsters Under Your Head

Song bouncin’ around the noodle today: Bob Marley – Redemption Song. Also, The Smalls – Natural Woman & My Saddlehorse has died. Mellow and delightful.

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