Photos by Margaret Durow. Wisconsin.
These shots look great..what did you use to take them?
amazing. she makes ryan mcginely look like a food photographer…well maybe
this girl is so talented!! amazing photos – just amazed
OH!! BEAUTIFUL PICTURES!!
Such a big fan of Margaret Durow, thanks for the feature. Totally deserved.
WHOA! Except for the first two the rest look terrifying in a great way.
I love her photos!
wow, this is one of my favourite recent features. beautiful photos! i love how the models face is turned away in every photograph.
the first is absolutely striking!!
i’ve been a fan of her for quite a while, and i’m glad she got a feature here! well deserved.
Kind of works I really like. Strong in their simplicity.
The first one is stunning.
wow, this is the best photography I’ve seen on this site. simply beautiful.
so digging her work
margaret’s work is so surreal. i’m a fan.
me dío un poco de susto las fotos, están algo tetricas me encantan!!!
just really amazing
im really drawn to margarets work.
so well done!!
I absolutely love the first image. I have the same scar as the one on her side. It makes me realize that my imperfections can be beautiful.
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especially love the first one! reminds me of nip tuck (in a good way :)
that 3rd shot looks a lot like a scene from The Werckmeister Harmonies:
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