Selfportrait, Irina Ionesco (b. 1935) "…her pictures of women, with their pallid complexions and statuesque poses, often suggest death. ‘Yes. I didn’t set out to do this — it happened. It is more than death, it is mainly the waiting. It is an image of loneliness. Loneliness and death are almost the same thing." quoted from ‘How to Photograph Women’ by Dixons
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La Llorona, the weeping woman. Mexican Legend tells of a woman who drowned her children to be with a man who in turn would not have her. Guilt of her evil deeds drove her to suicide, where in death she is trapped in a state of despair. Caught in between the living and the dead; she wails like a banshee and cries tears made from the blood of her children. It is said those who hear her cries are marked for dead.