The answer is: a still from an opening scene of Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo." Now was "Vertigo" black and white? This looks digitalized (you can see faint pixel-type marks) and there's seems to be color ... so maybe a colorized digitalized version of "Vertigo" via Google Image? (Can you see I'm dancing to avoid any objections?) Thank you for your answers ... Rorschach is right!
What is worse? What is real, or what we imagine can happen?
If thoughts predispose events, it would be a good idea to keep our minds out of dark alleys, wouldn't it?
And if anybody can tell me where this photo is from, you will win my everlasting admiration. No prize. But much admiration.
Give up yet? I'll tell you tomorrow. *come on, somebody knows what this is*
Today's fragrance: Keiko Mecheri Mogador. Deep rich rose, maybe a cousin to SL Rose de Nuit. In a different and fragrance-related note, clearing's new blog -- appropriately named Clearingesque (link right) -- offers an indepth explanation of the vanillas used in her perfumery. It's interesting.