A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“There are always flowers for those who want to see them.”
– para Zani, Glória e João –
This is super cute. 😊
Thank you! there are days like that too…
…and welcome to my little room…
I love these, Kari – and I love Matisse too! There are two things here. The pictures of the little girl are very good, but what I think really lifts these photos is the post’s title, combined with your shadow as you take the photos – very well done! If anything, I like the upper photo best, because she is partly in your shadow and she has a questioning, sideways look that makes the shot a little more mysterious. Adrian
Thank you so much, Adrian – your comment made my day!! (…smiling and smiling for you…)
So charming! Wonderful series, my friend! And great quote too!
…yes, my little friend is very charming…hahaha… Thank you so much, dear Malin!!
Agree with Malin that is a lovely quote…and really like the shadows on the second image where the heads are level with each…I know that you are both smiling ))))
…this was in the same day and place as the linen dancing, she was watching me, then I play with her… she is a joy!
Thank you, Alan – we where both smiling a lot!!
Never lose that playfulness…the child within ;)))
…well, I hope not…i know you have it… (…smiling so much…)
;)) I don’t think you will lose that beautiful sense )))
…the other day, beautiful Malin said the same, so I am going to trust in both of you…hahahaha…
How wonderful! I adore these.
The Matisse reference is perfect, your shadow could be one of his cutouts/forms..
Thank you so much, Karen!…and I love them!!… (…smiling…)
Captured a moment that echoes generations. 🙂
Thank you so much for your comment, Joseph!!
lovely portrait 🙂
Thank you, so very much!
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