some way - are stunning, capturing a vague and compelling
feeling of magic. Rapunzel, the borrowers, tinker bell, wizards
and witches. It's interesting to see magical images caught in
photographs instead of illustrations for a change, photos
treated to feign being fished out of your grandmother's attic.
Maybe one of these could inspire a story - what magic and
whimsy is being glimpsed here?
I think, at a child's birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother
to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift would be curiosity.
- Eleanor Roosevelt
|By Charles B. Carma|
|By Joanna Pallaris|
|By Jerry Uelsmann|
|Model: Mme. Aline Vallandri|
|By Sachiko Kuru|
|By Martin Koralczyk|
|Vintage Photo, 1902|
|By Nastya Kaletkina|