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    Smile Portrait of an ISFP

    I recently finished this portrait of an ISFP fiddler named Bonny Jean MacDonald. Do you see it? (the isfp-ness, I mean)

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    I like the picture. You captured the essence of how you felt about her well I think. I would say you captured isfp-ness too. I really do like the picture, it reminds me of times I've spent on the beach in NZ.

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    Wow, I totally see it. Not just in the face, but in the mood of the piece. It's impressionistic in that it invokes a theme. Great piece! Totally ISFP.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I really do like the picture, it reminds me of times I've spent on the beach in NZ.
    Your New Zealand beach is actually a Canadian wintery farmland to me, and the white streaks on the ground are snow... But if you see sand there, well, suit yourself.

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    Haha! It's more the feel of nature and no one around. I never even considered whether it was a beach or where it was. It's the feel, the feel.

    Here is the beach. Muriwai.


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    Georgeous place. Looks great for a walk and bits (lots) of thinking.

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