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She has great legs!Btw: my latest post is a contentious one but I hope you read it anyway :( I dont think anyone else will!
Wonderful pictures. I can really feel her slightly exhausted relaxation leaning against the lamp post. It's the fashion week overload.
She looks like she was born to lean against a lamp post with her arms folded. Like someone you'd see in a movie...I read your comment on Old Cow about red nails. So now I understand what you said about manicures. I get it.
Stunning, I love the structure of her dress. I wounder what blog she writes?Angels Point of View - Street Fashion Blog
I also like the look of her dress. Need to put the bag down when you are shooting though. Yes would love to know who she is too. Xxxx
Great shots. I like your blog. Im following on google friend connect.Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog, I really really liked it. Thank youI look forward staying in touchlater,Fashion Ranger
Wow, David, your blog has really developed and matured since last I was here! You've really found your visual voice, and your photography is really good.I've been meaning to apologise for being so short with you that day @ LFW - I was really not having fun at the time, I've since spoken with other people and double blogging (for a brand as well as our own blogs) - other people have confirmed what I felt, that it's more stressful, and that was certainly the case when I saw you and couldn't hang out. Hope you'll forgive my rudeness.The reason I've chosen this one to comment on: I know who she is! I shot her the same day, probably the same time as we were in that area - I remember the dumpsters. I did my post as 'mystery blonde':http://streetstylelondon.blogspot.com/2010/09/mystery-blonde.htmlBut Craig (Altamira) wrote to remind me of her name: Candice Lake. Isn't it a gorgeous name? Like her. She's a really talented photographer and ex model:http://www.candicelake.com/Hope you're having a great weekend. Love what you wrote on the PHotodiarist's post about being alone - that's what prompted me to come here.
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