Photos by Elinor Carucci.
The top two really remind me of William Eggleston, fantastic photographs.
My god, these are all so intense, especially the one of the women holding the tights, I can’t explain why that photo seems so emotional to me, but wow, good work
ohh my love them
These pictures are prodigious. The relationship between the two women is perfectly visable too. The lighting in every single photo is so capturing. It definitely gives a mood, and so much emotion. Great job.
Elinor makes beautiful work and she’s a super nice lady. She came to speak at our school about a year ago.
Elinor Carucci is amazing. The way she captures her family is truly magical. She is a wonderful person to speak to.
I like first and second photos!!! Amazing and strange!!!
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