Hung Kyung did this photorealistic painting of National Geographic's famous and iconic photograph "Afghan Girl." I remember seeing the original picture on the cover of Nat Geo as a kid and being mesmerized by her gaze.
In Which We Start Anew: Love Isn't About Competition "I've heard it said that if someone wants you in their life, they'll make time for you. So, if someone is consistently not making time for you in their life, what is there left to pursue?
Steve McCurry: I really love the small bit of red, it's really effective and I believe that it stands out nicely within the scene, but the most important thing is that it does not control the photograph, but creates a central point of beauty and focus
there are other people out there - singing the same melodies of wanderlust, climbing over mountains in the dark, and waking in the night to stare at the moon, thinking of this large world and dreaming - just like you." I Apex Curve
This photo is showing a women standing near the ocean, she has ten arms. This is relevant to our work because having more then two arms isn't common and can only happen in a dream, which is what surrealism is all about.