Oct 16, 2009

a strange melancholy pervades me.

to which i hesitate to give the grave and beautiful name of sorrow.

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5 comments:

rosie said...

the ones of him standing against the windows and disappearing to black and the light coming through the glass onto his face (14-19 i think) made me gasp, beautiful.

Te said...

These are so amazing. The subject, the lighting the mood of the photos as a whole, perfect.

Maarten. said...

I agree with Rosie,
the ones fading to black
are just
waww
(:

JoJo said...

me riikey :) :) :)

KATE said...

kaaaa ute

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