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The Magnificently Macabre Photography of Miss Lakune.
The Magnificently Macabre Photography of Miss Lakune. Again, I love the contrast here, the pale skin against red eyes is scary. I really like the use of white lashes/mascara, which is something I could incorporate into my own final design. Also, the "sewn-together" lips is a brilliant idea which I really want to try out.
Creepy Geisha Captures
Hina seems to be the oldest Hawaiian Goddess. Essentially, she represents Female Energy, and a variant of her name, hine, is used as a word ending to mean female or feminine (cf. wahine). In many stories she is closely associated with the moon, the ocean, and female activities like tapa making, as well as healing. She has many, many different aspects and epithets covering a wide range of human activities. The word hina means "to fall down," "gray," and "to blow in a straight course."