I love this photo and the fact that it ventures outside of the otherwise normal cityscape that tends to be photographed. Even in a rugged landscape, this woman still manage to look beautiful. She owns her style.
There is nothing better than old paint-stained pants and a big, shapeless sweater pulled tight for a brisk walk through autumn leaves…to the greenhouse, to the studio, or just because. One of my favorite pictures ever.
Right, Martine. Scott may see those other leg-length-challenged women–and deals with them well in all aspects of life–but it’s his camera that is always spotting the long-limbed and capturing them for posterity: It’s possessed. At least that’s what I heard he tells Garance. But what do I know? I just come her for the long legs and I am rarely disappointed.
I love that you are doing more photos in the South. Your Savannah set was amazing. That city is so unique. I’m from Arkansas, and southerners have a certain flare about the way they present themselves even (or perhaps especially) when they’re wearing old, worn in clothing. Thank you for the variety.