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Jayme Kinsey says
Thank you. I feel it, too. I normally collect beautiful photos. But this one kept just because I felt I couldn't do otherwise. And the expression on his face is as if he knows the answer.
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Mom Kat says
No, it does not matter what I mean and how I view ugliness. I am only asking people using the word and steering a bit (a picture to help), but that is about it. You are free to say and feel what you want. There is NO RIGHT answer.
Why? You are such an enigmatic subject...
The models look like mannequins. Lifeless. I don't connect. Ugly people? I have seen one guy and he was extremely unattractive, yet I found myself drawn to him. (Not the one in the picture, though).
In visual arts, you don't have a chance to see his personality. All there is the portrait. The media is the message. Would you have him in your living room? If I was an artist, I would not choose him, nor would I choose him for my home as ART.
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Thank you for pointing out the mistake - yes, of course, "you" is missing, but I believe I can edit a question only before the first answer appears.
Oh bummer, but it's good for me to find that out so I'll be more careful when posting, because that could happen to anyone.
I commend your honesty and being straightforward - sometimes I see a misspelling in the title of the hub and I know it is detrimental to the reputation of an author, yet I don't want "to hurt the feelings" so I leave it up to someone with more guts.
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