As always, lovely photo. But I'm more curious about what you were doing on Doyer St because most of your posts are often elsewhere. I hope you stopped into The Excellent Pork Chop House for some Braised Chicken Soup with Veg Rice. Delicious!
A new favorite, a true classic! The photo draws me in, and makes me want to walk up closer to her. Or perhaps people watch from the window of the tea parlor while sipping a warm cup. Really wonderful :)
As usual, unique. You inspired me to do a work about your working style,photography and your close contact to fashion. Thanks to the video 'A visual life' I think that, if you were awesome, now you're too much. Keep on doing such masterpieces. :)
I love how this picture is a scene-setter. It's about so much more than just her outfit. It seems like it could be part of a photo diary depicting where she is at a specific point in time. I Really love this.
I think she's the prettiest girl I've ever seen. She looks so natural. Not perfect, but that's what makes her beauty. Her bone structure is amazing. She could be a great model. She has fierce in her eyes, crazy! And I looove her dress and fur collar too. But her face really makes the pictures I think
As far as I'm concerned, this is quintessential street style/blog/fashion. your shoots are real, real people, real class and style. Some I find are too intimidating or good but does not resinate. you are the best at finding something of pure beauty, not just a shot of fashion in one dimension ( you can find that anywhere) there is more to your photos somehow. It's very inspirational. I love them- this is wonderful. thank you
I've always loved those moments when a city scape looks like a stage set. Hopper captured this in his paintings. In this photo, the light isn't really theatrical, but the setting and the subject are. Fabulous.
Epitome of beauty! Timeless color combination sculpted by modern proportion. And her expression, that gaze… her look makes me sentimental for moments in the future that haven't even happened. Captured!
Someone beat me to it — this beautiful image really does evoke the New York version of Wong Kar Wai's In The Mood For Love.
In that movie, the slurping of noodles is all of a sudden sexy….while here, the simple action of the peeling of a tangerine – but dressed the way she is, with her glance, the lighting on her face, the way her lips are slightly pursed…becomes totally seductive!
I feel transported to another time with your beautiful capture. Thank you!