Wind Please…

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Graces in a High Wind, James Gillray 1810

The Graces in a High Wind, James Gillray 1810

Yes, I do realize it is a complete waste of energy to be annoyed for it being windy, but that doesn’t make my hair resent it any less.

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4 thoughts on “Wind Please…

  1. Well I’m sure the Graces didn’t appreciate it either though, I reckon they may have been less concerned about their hair dishevelling than the rather ‘cheeky’ effect the wind had on their apparel!….
    Still, I’ve no doubt in your case you still managed to retain an appearance of elegant poise and graceful beauty……….. in a wild and free sort of way 🙂

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