Thursday, November 17, 2016


Chadra Dalan Pittman at the water, her peaceful, happy place. photo by Bill Thomas of Thirdi Image Photography. June 2016. earrings by Deborah Wright.

Hats worn by women who are style and embody style with grace give definition to the finer elements of style and fashion. African-blood women are separated by a perception of their origins as the daughters of Eve directed from an essence others don't fall short of, but come from. It is a deep thing being a daughter of the blood of the Land of the Blacks that began the exploration of the idea of cumulative living with Nature, and pondered the complexity of living as a civilization. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories (Nov. 17, 2017) 

Chanise S. Smith adorned in a stylish hat (Oct. 8, 2012)

Chadra Dalan Pittman's face stirs deep contemplation into the strength, the swirling stories she lived, and the inescapable presence of a beauty that thinks beyond itself. It is funny how that combination makes the heart center on what is important, and elusive. - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories Nov. 17, 2016

Creation is born within, I dare say. - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories

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