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Chaos - No shades of grey

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    Default Chaos - No shades of grey

    Only black no shades of grey, the pic is a reduction and will show some grey. The original TIFF files prints beautifully on my cheap 30 A4 Ricoh Laser printer.

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    I like to pose 'en femme' doing so makes me adopt poses that otherwise I would not do as a male. The differences are slight and mostly I suspect internal, I do though feel quite different when posing like this. I am also always available to pose and can alter one I don't like quickly.

    The chaos comes from the background which is mainly timber shards and some footpath texture under them. I used this pose to create something vulnerable with a hint of hope by looking upwards.

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