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Sarah Moon


You may have seen these pics floating around blog world a bit lately but I liked them so much I had to have them on mine. I just love Sarah Moon's fashion photography - being shot through what seems such a hazy dreamlike lens with distorted proportion and the muting of saturated colour. Lovely.


Comments

Heidi said…
they are beautiful
i agree, they are beautiful. hadn't seen them ~ thanks for sharing them :)
Kylie said…
I have seen these before, but oh they are wonderful and I'm loving seeing them again :) Great selection Jo! Kx
Minnado said…
What beautiful images, thanks for sharing, I had not seen them before.
Thanks too for the commments you left. I am going to look up the Anna Johnson book. Have a good week

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