All photographs are self-portraits taken by myself using a tri-pod.
Ahhh it's biking weather again, finally! I remember the first time that I was allowed to bike on the open road by myself without my parents. As a kid that was the ultimate dream - open road and total freedom! My favorite place to bike back then was a fairly secluded road that was surrounded by soybean/corn fields on each side. It would stretch for about a mile and was always the smoothest road around. It's a little hard to find a road that open in Savannah, but I have my favorite spots here too! One of them is further away from downtown and during the weekday it's pretty quiet from traffic. There are palm trees that line the street, and it's where I like to go when I need to clear my head from school projects.
Blazer: Red Clover Boutique
Watch: JORD - I love these guys! Their craftsmanship, packaging, and customer service is spot on.
Shoes: LeBunny Bleu
That street is fantastic! And your photos are amazing...I've just spent about 10 minutes trying to figure out how you would take photos of yourself riding a bike! And get pretty ones like you did!ReplyDelete
I used to live in front of a soybean/corn field in Indiana. We'd let our cat lead us through the field and she'd dart off, leaving it up to us to navigate our way back out. - Leah, Style WiseReplyDelete
the fact that these are self shot makes them all the more awesome. you rock, girl, and never cease to amaze me. here's to the open road. (now excuse me as i go and stalk your instagram)ReplyDelete
Your photographs are so so beautiful! xxReplyDelete
You take really amazing photos!!ReplyDelete
Wow! Thats a nice green jacket you are wearing. And I guess I should post something like this on my blog. Would go with the theme...ReplyDelete
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Hi! I've just found your blog! I can't belive you are just 20 years old, you are one of the most talented persons I've found on internet. I really need to ask you a question... How do you achieve this georgous effect on your photos?! I'm starting on digital photography (I've been doing film for a while) and if you could tell me some guidelines on tools I would really aprecciate, if it's a secret and you don't want to tell it's ok, but I like the "vintage fur" and "mid starry night" shoots too much I don't loose anything for asking.ReplyDelete
Congratulations for your work from Barcelona! (oh, and I love your red hair!)
Just read some great news about you, Esther! Can't wait to see your blog entry about it soon. Congratulations! So happy for you and all who get to work with you.ReplyDelete
Hi Esther. I've been reading your blog and I love it! I just found it, like yesterday. I have so many questions...hahaha. But I'm only going to ask one. What camera do you use? Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Hello Esther, your story is so touching. It reminds me of my childhood when I started to ride my first bike to school. It's the first time I feel care-free without depending on others.ReplyDelete
You are beautiful. Lovely bloggie, I'm following!ReplyDelete
Hope you follow me back :)
I would be so glad!
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You are so dreamy. I have been increasingly disenchanted by style blogs and you made me remember that there's still beauty out there!ReplyDelete
A friend posted this link on Facebook and the girl in the pictures reminded me of your self portraits so I had to pass along the link to you: http://www.boredpanda.com/autochrome-photography-christina-mervyn-ogorman/. The pictures are 1913 color photos and feature a girl with similar hair to you!ReplyDelete
Hi, I just love your pics! They're super cool! You can check my style and sewing blog www.lessisyes.fi (I'm from cold and dark Helsinki Finland, haha :)ReplyDelete