22 weeks and 1 day (variations on Vilhelm Hammershøi and Johannes Vermeer)

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“We are only lightly covered with buttoned cloth; and beneath these pavements are shells, bones and silence.”

(Virginia Woolf, The Waves)


14 thoughts on “22 weeks and 1 day (variations on Vilhelm Hammershøi and Johannes Vermeer)

  1. Yes, I agree, beautiful photos – my particular favourites being top and bottom left. Colour is just right for these, especially in view of the colour of your hair, and the neutral backdrop.. And I like the quote very much. All good wishes to you, Kari. Adrian 🙂

  2. True words indeed… And fantastic self portraits of a beautiful woman – you really are glowing, my dear. I hope both of you are fine. 🙂

    I’d like to say thanks for all your comments on my blog.

    • Oh, Malin, that is so kind of you!!… We are both fine (me and the little girl…yes, now I know, another woman is coming…hahaha)

      …and it is all my pleasure, dear Malin – as I said before, you are a very fertile artist…hmmm…I am a bit more in a slowmotion now…hahaha…

      • Just being honest. Oh I’m so happy for you! A little girl! Wonderful news… Wonderful. I bet you will be photographing your little baby girl when she arrives.

      • I’m looking forward to seeing your images of her. 😊

  3. Beautiful compositions. It is such a pleasure to see thoughtful mature creative maternity portraiture. Wonderful evocative use of the painters’ styles. 🙂

    So much better than when I go on the WordPress Reader and see those overly sweet cliche expecting photos or the engagement announcement shots – my blood sugar levels spike. 😀

    • …you know, Joseph…I think we do express the world as we see, and feel it… and i don´t see nothing “so sweet” in all of this (…smiling for you…)…I see things in dense layers…and maternity it´s even a bigger time for reflection and contemplation… I think you can understand this ideas…
      …and thank you so, so much for your kind comment!!

  4. you will experience something beyond imagination, change… children are what adults will never be, Kari. And these portraits, more than beautiful!

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