By yi-ching lin
Tags: 1920s, 20s, asian, brow, changing seasons, chinese, close, close-up, costume, dress, dress-up, expression, face, fashion, female, floral, girl, governors island, intemperate, jazz age lawn party, lawn party, new york city, retro, seasons, seventh annual jazz age lawn party, style, vintage, woman
Category: art, city, nature, nyc, photo challenges, photography, poetry, portrait, postaweek2012, street photography, structure, weekly photo challenge, writing
learning to become
room for the changing
seasons, a vigilant
for the scattering
I really like that you photographed “her” with such an intent expression. The colors and textures combine well.
thank you – yes, the expression is pretty stark, reminding me of changing seasons…
A very nice photograph. Purposeful and strong.
thank you so much, Walter.
I was wondering about this as a possible response to the challenge, but had no archive photos nor any idea of how to do same, as I’m not so great photographing people.
This one is perfect!
(It looks like a movie still.)
her intense brow covers the theme so well! (smile) thank you.
You have captured this woman’s emotion. The picture itself says a story (or more!).
I take pictures mostly of landscape and nature but your blog inspires me to start taking photos of people, too. So thank you for the inspiration.
oh, i’m glad to hear – i also wish to take more portraits, but it’s often tricky and requires fast action! (smile)
Another great portrait! Nice!
glad you like it!
Nice portrait. Well done.
thank you so much, Dave!