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Thursday, 21 October 2010

the circus





these are some outttakes from my latest project. i had such a good time, so many things to see, so many scenes that just ask to be captured. sometimes, in the buzz of it all, and the low light, i didn't hold quite still enough (or the others didn't). but even those more elusive takes bring back the atmosphere and make me smile.

for those of you looking for a corner view on 'holiday photos': i'm afraid i didn't get a proper break this year. but if you like, you can take a look at some impressions from my trip to the venice biennial last year here.

p.s.: note the near empty litre-bottle of chocolate milk under the bench in the first image. not everyone drank beer or prosecco at the opening of this year's art forum, it seems.

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13 comments:

Pascale said...

I love these photos... So I should wear sexy tights next week ?
!-)))

kristina - no penny for them said...

tehehe. i guess it's too cold for that around here...

you should have seen all those crazy fashion choices. it was such fun to people watch!

l i s e said...

love these photos very much...

Sammi said...

those tights in the top picture are awesome :D

Ida Nielsen said...

Are these from the Art Forum? Love the stockings on the first picture :-)

Mandy said...

I second that ... and I love your biennial pics from last year, so so great !!!

la casita said...

I like this photos too.
I can see your point of view!
: )

jana said...

these are beautiful. and the venice ones...make me want to go on a holiday :)

joana said...

chocolate milk is a must!
love the photos, specially the last one. the soft tones ad shadow are lovely

la ninja said...

I had hot chocolate at 2am at a café yesterday. perhaps not the coolest of drinks on a friday night, but I was freezing cold.
choccie milk is, indeed, a must :)

Lilli said...

Spotted that bottle and smiled. Like something I could have left behind! Usually, I comment on the comments I receive on my own blog, but this time I felt I had to say something "in person". Thank you, Kristina, for leaving something for me to read, to make me all teary-eyed and smiling!

P R I M O E Z A said...

very interesting - makes you wonder about the woman...

Fine Little Day said...

Wish I could walk in shoes like that.

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