Photos by Ida Borg. Sweden.
oh, this is beautiful. Her style is exactly the kind that I dig. grain, harsh shadows, and all the reject-elements of photography
the second one is which i like the most, it makes me wanna go there,
hermosa la segunda. Me encantó
its very nan golden
i love this style of arbitrary photographic beauty
the girl who is all in red has the most haunting eyes…..
the picture of the empty bus stop is saying to me, “there is a big difference between being alone and being lonely.”
I’m thinking maybe a water heater blanket, but you may need to establish a drop or lean-to so you can place a transportable heater in the space. You force also be deficient in to press into service fervour strip if freezing is a concern and an outbuilding can be fitted with an electrical outlet.
l o v e the 2nd one. and totally agree with loving the reject-elements.
One of my favorite photographers.
breathtaking. i absolutely adore the first, the second, the third…ah I love all of them. stunning photography.
each is particular to an individual theme and story–and the use of colour! Oh man, these are incredible.
beautiful! the third is my fave!
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