Increddible lighting; it compels such a story within the entire composition of the set and the character. Her essense is effortless and utterly compassionate as enticing to seize…One of the most beautiful shots you have captured…
I so enjoy the dusty, slightly gritty feel of this photo. One of my recent favorites. She is truly a regal beauty.
Her ensemble keeps your eyes moving, the contrasting prints and questionable- whateveritis- a dress? layered pieces? I can't figure it out. I like it though. And the red/gold are at their best in this light.
Her chain reminds me a little of something you may find at Ether/Ore Jewelry– bold, yet subtle..
The lighting in this photo is fantastic and so many elements of that dress are great-the drape, pattern, colours; and i love her necklace. I really like the way this photo captures a quiet moment in New York
This is a perfect foil for the Jersey Street photograph – both women are still and contemplative, but two such different moods, the first edgy, this one dreamy. These contrasts and insights are the real delights of your blog. (Neither woman is simply following fashion trends; both have crafted a look distinctively their own.
as others have said and many others im sure will… absolutely stunning! the quality of light, the pose, her facial expression, her haircut, the dress, the shoes, the bicycle, the fire-hydrant, the railing…amazing shot. one in a million!
Hopper said:"Great art is the outward expression of an inner life of the artist, and this inner life will result in his personal vision of the world…" Bravo maestro,greeting from Croatia-Dalmatia calling -ineida.susnesc
I absolutely applaud the grace and soft fearlessness this woman possesses through the layering of her clothing.
Fashion is a wonderful thing, if done well or uniquely, but her style reminds me of something of the past, yet transendential of time and beyond cultures. Just like the time of day she is photographed in
this is phenomenal. the photography, the fashion, the lighting, it all works together beautifully. The outfit is flawless. It has a slightly Indian feel to it, the way the striped material drapes over the shoulder. And the shoes are spectacular. One of my favourite posts ever.
The dress, colours, photo, light and woman are incredible. To me, however, the shoes make this look somehow too "fashion" and spoil the elegance of the ensemble. I also think the bag is too much. But the essentials are lovely!