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Mrka by JillAuville Mrka by JillAuville
2 x Polaroid SX-70, Impossible PX70 Color Shade/First Flush 
2 emulsion lifts on watercolor paper, hand colored
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Jill Auville 2014
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Markus43 Featured By Owner May 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
American absract
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you :heart:
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maybe-paper-hearts Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2014  Student Photographer
very intriguing, I don't know actually what I see :-)
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
palm trees and an american flag :D
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rjholmes-pkmn Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
This perfect
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you :hug:
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WilliamDallwitz Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014  Student General Artist
Strange how it sounds like a Balkan word... :)
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
it does, doesn't it :D
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WilliamDallwitz Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Student General Artist
Due to cold weather, I believe, most Slavic langauges have intonation between consonants... like "invisible" vowels, so to speak. It would be something like m'rka. Even in northern Greece, e becomes i and a becomes o. I think c'rna strela means "black star" in Yugoslav. 

How peculiar, the wonders of human language. :)
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
i saw a funny thing about languages the other day.
i was born and raised in sweden so i can understand 3-4 languages.
one i've NEVER been able to grasp however, not for lack of trying, is finnish... even though it technically is a neighboring country.
it's such an insanely jam packed language, with so many words for one simple thing... and this is a perfect (and funny) example:
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WilliamDallwitz Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Student General Artist
It is quite funny, especially the end! :lol: Thankfully there aren't that many complex forms of names in my native language, but there are numerous verb forms - and equally numerous irregular verbs. It all boils down to a peculiar sense of musicality. I wonder how the ancients spoke. :)

I find it rather hand to understand Finnish, too. I think its only close language is Hungarian, but I might be mistaken. Such peculiar structures. But I like them. :) They are so inviting, like an otherworldly machine.
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JillAuville Featured By Owner May 2, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
i can speak swedish with a finnish accent, that's about it :D
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WilliamDallwitz Featured By Owner May 5, 2014  Student General Artist
"Talar du Svenska?" is the only phrase I know... :lol:
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
but can you say it with a finnish accent? :lmao:
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suddenbanana Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014  Professional Photographer
oh my goodness I love this. and the title is perfect!
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JillAuville Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you :cuddle:
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