Glamour and Camera

“There is nothing new under the sun.”

Women.  Our eyes are on our friends (and enemies). We dress for them, not men. We watch our figures for them. Meticulously we apply rouge and mascara. Our hair is our crown, hairdressers our un-spoken coveted necessity.

Women. We would have beauty before all things and covet elegance, class and glamour.

When did this happen? I believe it has always been so. We are a self absorbed jealous lot, passing, by behavior these values on to our children.

We gravitate to magazines like Vogue, loving the joy they bring for a fleeting moment.

Let’s loose ourselves for a while and look a little further at the lasting class, beauty and gift of those behind the lens of the camera.





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