That's dope I dig it! I'm a photographer myself and I'm increasingly becoming more interested in "imperfections" in portraits
I find myself falling for the "imperfections" just as much in many cases. What I have found myself doing when I'm away from a girl I really miss is that my mind forms a caricaturesque image of her face. It's like an oversimplified "cartoon" image with certain features exaggerated over others, and very often those features might be called "imperfections" by some.But in my eyes and mind, they are what make her so unique. I see that caricaturesque image and it's very uniquely her and no one else, and because it's exaggerated, it's resilient against physical changes over the years like aging. It is, in large part, a visual attraction but a very robust one.And it might be very "ugly" to some people. For example, long ago I started falling for a girl with somewhat heavy/thicker eyebrows than usual. But she was still quite pretty. Yet my mind exaggerated that image when I missed her to a Frida Kahlo like unibrow thing (she didn't have a unibrow). And if someone saw that picture, or she saw that picture, they'd probably be horrified that I find it so appealing and attractive. But I did. It's my way of "imprinting" my attachment to a symbolic and visual idea of who she is.
This did come with a rather annoying tendency among the more bodily-insecure exes I had that I would generally find what they were most insecure about to be their most attractive feature. Yet the insecure ones would never believe me when I tried to persuade otherwise, thinking I was just sugarcoating when I wasn't. I genuinely found those among the most distinctive and memorable features I missed when I was away.
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