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2009-03-04 01:41:19
Thanks Rifrug.
2009-03-01 17:22:23
Story is good. Picture is not. Very awkward computer-generated image.
2009-02-28 22:37:21
Great story cohise. Much appreciated.
2009-01-06 12:12:26
Thanks, Jimmy.
2009-01-06 12:11:27
Thanks, Pagi.
2009-01-06 06:24:23
Thanks for the stories! They are GREAT!
2009-01-06 05:32:44
Wow, cohise, thanks for those stories, they add new flavor to Pixdaus! Post more!
2009-01-06 04:57:26
They scurried about with the mirror... Photography and Story by Constantinova Anna !!! Adapted from: Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen". He was a terribly bad hobgoblin, a goblin of the very wickedest sort and, in fact, he was the devil himself. One day the devil was in a very good humor because he had just finished a mirror which had this peculiar power: everything good and beautiful that was reflected in it seemed to dwindle to almost nothing at all, while everything that was worthless and ugly became most conspicuous and even uglier than ever. In this mirror the loveliest landscapes looked like boiled spinach, and the very best people became hideous, or stood on their heads and had no stomachs. Their faces were distorted beyond any recognition, and if a person had a freckle it was sure to spread until it covered both nose and mouth. "That's very funny!" said the devil. If a good, pious thought passed through anyone's mind, it showed in the mirror as a carnal grin, and the devil laughed aloud at his ingenious invention. All those who went to the hobgoblin's school-for he had a school of his own-told everyone that a miracle had come to pass. Now, they asserted, for the very first time you could see how the world and its people really looked. They scurried about with the mirror until there was not a person alive nor a land on earth that had not been distorted."