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This could be a "tattoo inspiration" I love the beauty of the youthful life in her eye compared to the age of her hand. But I'm strange like that.

I love this little old woman as she smiles into her hand. TBH0027 copy.jpg by Banhup Teh Photography, via Flickr

Happiness has no age! I like this photograph due to how natural the model is in the image and how the photographer has made a strong connection here in order to make the woman laugh. I also love the woman's eyes and how they tell her story as a person.

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Ethiopia, Black Virgo. with the wealth of the Harvest as Tribute and ritual adornment.

Ethiopia - woman carrying maize / corn and grinding stone. Jeremy Curl Photography Originally shared by Aboriginal & Tribal Nation News

Go, Grandma!

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I so love this picture, look at how happy she is--a freaking great grandma jumping rope // Black and White Photo

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“My happy day” by Małgorzata Tymińska. What a beautiful face and look at those happy eyes.

Water aid matters in Africa - An organisation that works to install wells in Tanzania Africa so that people there have access to safe clean drinking water.

It only took "water" a thing we see everyday. A thing We take for granted. A thing we need. It simply took water to make me happy. It only took water for me to smile

De 7 à 77 ans ...  A tous ceux qui se disent je t'aime aujourd'hui,   n'oubliez pas de le redire demain,   parce que cela fait toujours du bien !   On a beau faire, on a beau dire,   Qu'un homme averti en vaux deux !   On a beau faire, on a beau dire,   Ça fait du bien d'être amoureux...   Jacques Brel

"They walked a long way together." by Lee Jeffries. this just melts my heart. Old people are so magnificent.


Incredible portrait in black and white. almost a life worn weariness in those eyes… Arresting Portraits by Jonathan Rosser