Collection of Beautiful Pictures and Fine Art for you to Enjoy! 

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  1. pleasing the senses or mind aesthetically.
    “beautiful poetry”
    synonyms: attractiveprettyhandsomegood-lookingalluringprepossessing;
    of a very high standard; excellent.
    “the house had been left in beautiful order” 

What Is the Real Definition of Beauty?

Beauty is happiness.

Beauty has varied throughout time, various cultures, and vastly different perceptions of the world. Beauty has been described and depicted through pictures and concepts penetrating our minds. Beauty has been defined in so many ways. What I have discovered is that beauty is simple. Beauty is happiness.

It’s the images and moments that inspire and represent the most distinct and remarkable attractiveness of our souls. It’s the moments we feel free and real. It’s the moment we feel proud and eminent. It’s the moments we feel alive. It seems like that element should be inherent, but it isn’t.

Beauty is often distorted, misunderstood, and shadowed by a wide amount of conflicting pressures. It is something we endlessly strive for, rather than see in the true essence of our happiest moments.

Our bodies are simply a shell that allows us to radiate these experiences and accomplishments. They are a case that displays our happiest and most incredible experiences for the world to share with us. No culture, company or concept could ever define beauty. It is composed of the moments that draw upon our strength, and consume us with the remarkable and intoxicating experience of being alive.

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Fine Art

ˌfīn ˈärt/
  1. creative art, especially visual art, whose products are to be appreciated primarily or solely for their imaginative, aesthetic, or intellectual content.
    “The convergence of popular culture and fine art”
  2. an activity requiring great skill or accomplishment.
    “he’ll have to learn the fine art of persuasion”


    a visual art considered to have been created primarily for aesthetic purposes and judged for its beauty and meaningfulness, specifically, painting, sculpture, drawing, watercolor, graphics, and architecture.