I think one of the most iconic faces that’s been circulating throughout Afghanistan and the world isn’t given enough recognition, in my opinion. In 1985 a young girl was photographed by a National Geographic journalist, Steve McCurry, without her consent. She was shocked and angry, but her face showed more than the present superficial expressions. Her face showed a child constantly on the run in a war ravaged country. She was young and scared. Exhausted and broken she hid from refugee camp to refugee camp to merely survive. Known as the “Afghan girl,” her picture has been posted throughout the Middle East without her knowledge. However, Her face has become an icon and has symbolized the plight and struggle that the Afghans have endured for decades. This is her, Sharabat Gula.
Pretty sure you've always wanted to see me naked.. Well.. I'm feeling pretty adventurous today so go to datelink7[dot]com (switch [dot] with .) then sign up and find my profile under the username 'lolsummer69'. I hid my face in the pictures. but I want you to guess who I am and then hit me up on Facebook lol. Good luck.
that feeling when someone you care about is telling you something about themselves, and you know for a fact it’s a lie but you can never bring yourself to look at them in the eyes and call them out on it. Or maybe you do look at their eyes as they’re saying it and they pause…and you don’t say anything because you know telling them the truth could possibly affect your relationship with them.
is one of those nights where I don’t really wanna sleep. I feel so relaxed right now, and it’s been so long since I’ve felt like this. So, tonight, I’m gonna listen to extra chill music, make a cup of coffee, watch some Lie to Me and drool over the camera I wanna get.
One of my favorite pictures ever found online. I have a strange fascination with the city at night.