Eliot Weaver
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Meryl Streep photographed by Henry Wolf (one-time art director of Harper's Bazaar) on the set of Still of the Night (1982).

HENRY WOLF, MERYL STREEP kodachrome film portrait for new york magazine. I'm not the biggest Meryl Streep fan, but this photo is fantastic

2/25 140-17: 1) Everyone is trying to change who they are. Nyasha wants to be British and look perfect and skinny. All the Africans want to be Americans, and all the Americans want to be Africans. Chido does not want to be that person his father wants him to be. Maiguru is not that perfect happy woman, but she pretends like she is. Everyone so far wants to change at least one thing about themselves because they are not happy with who they see in the mirror.

Mirror Mirror black at night no no Mirror Mirror light shine bright.No no Mirror Mirror , ugh. Mirror Mirror in the hall of memoir dances a reflection button noses and eyebrows

I call this "Blazing Fury", after the ride @ Dollywood. Cause it looks like "You've been kissin' on that steam engine!" ;)

I call this "Blazing Fury", after the ride @ Dollywood. Cause it looks like "You've been kissin' on that steam engine!)(----- not sure what this is referring to but it's still a very beautiful picture

2dots:  2dots:  21 Icons : Nelson Mandela  I think this is the most iconic and powerful portrait i have seen.  R.I.P. Nelson Mandela

A great man. Thank you for gracing this earth Mr Madela you will be missed