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Cinemagraphs and Animations from the mysterious “The Eternal Moonshine”

“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; What is essential is invisible to the eye”……….

Regarding me, I have to say I don’t speak much about myself and the title the-eternal-moonshine refers to the way I create things in the shades of the night and its mysteries. I am stargazer, an eternal dreamer, and I just want to share some messages of tenderness, love and respect. Beyond that, I have always posted things that would speak for myself in a much more accurate way that I would probably ever do. The blog is full of little clues and secrets for the one who is curious. I am anonymous and no one of my friends or my family knows about that mysterious blog. That’s a way for me to leave it free and naive. Thanks again so much, and good night! ☆☆☆ Mr Moon

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