For the love of a pic, that moves you

by LyinEyes 58 Replies latest social entertainment

  • Fe2O3Girl

    My favourite in the Walker at Liverpool:

    Margaret Hall (1863 - 1910)
    'Fantine' 1886

    This is a portrait of the literary character Fantine, who featured in Victor Hugo's novel 'Les Misérables'. Dismissed from her job because of her illegitimate child, she is soon forced into prostitution to survive.

    This striking and sympathetic image shows Fantine protectively watching over her sleeping daughter. The dark surroundings and empty bottle hint at the dangers and troubles that await both mother and child in the future.

  • Fe2O3Girl

    And this is the best place in the world...

  • xjw_b12

    Elsewhere...OMG. Feverishly saving pic to hard drive before board monitors get to it ! LOL

    By the way...would that be a pic of any of the blonde posters here ?

  • jgnat
  • jgnat

    Oops. Didn't work. After the Bath. Does this link take you there?

  • jgnat
    jgnat this rate, I will be Jedi in no time. mmmble grmble. Does this work? After the Bath

  • MrMoe
  • MrMoe
  • ApagaLaLuz

    Pay more attention to Children. Your Childhood experiences make you the adult you are...... that's my personal inspiration. Maybe we wouldn't have so many screwed up adults if someone had taken the time out to mold them as a child....

  • BluesBrother

    I just want to say how much I enjoyed the pictures, especially the black and white images. Well done everybody

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