Night Landscapes, photos by Amanda Friedman.
ahh the first one is like a painting
do you see the dancer too?
i do. it’s alive! and happy.
Yeah. First glance thought it was a dancer. The more I look at it; the more it’s like a happy dancer.
That was the first thing I thought about when I saw the first one.
Man these are beautiful, love them all.
The first tree looks like it has skin!
Love these, they are so beautiful…good job Amanda
ahhh, these are wrap me up in them like a warm blanket, looooove!
Two of Amanda’s photos are still hanging at THIS gallery in LA for another week or so. If you want to come by and take a look, they’re even better in person.
These are incredible. I love the first one, I see the dancer. So beautiful.
this person gets my obsession with trees BEAUTIFUL!!!
(love this site)
the 3rd one down looks exactly like the setting of a dream i had
Beautiful. I really enjoy the life and prescience of the first photo.
I hope you die
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