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minnesotanwildflower: Hello! I saw you're in Edinburgh and I was wondering if you had any suggestions on little places/activities to do there? I fly out to Edinburgh in January for a while. Hope to not bother, just thought I'd ask.

No bother at all! There are plenty of things to do, visiting the castle is always a popular thing, it’ll give you a great view of the city. Even just walking around and finding a pub or cafe (there are loads) down some side street is a nice thing to do. 

Take a look at thisisedinburgh, it has plenty of info and will be able to tell you about comedy shows, gigs, art shows etc. that will be on when you’re here! 

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Philippine Chaumont by Romain Pivétal
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Prénom Carmen 1983, Jean-Luc Godard
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lovethenakedlife:


I’m currently sorting out the drafts here and there are a few shots from months ago, that I never shared. This is one of my favorite shots I took so far, even though it hid there for quite some time. I feel like submitting it to you, so it’s even more special (well at least to me). Hope you like it.
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I’m glad you decided to share it, instead of keep hiding it, because it really is a beautiful shot! And I’m absolutely honoured you decided to share it with me because, as you know, I’m a huge fan of your work. Thank you so much!
What I love about this photo is the soft day light accenting your beautiful figure and creating such interesting forms. Very nicely captured. Also the fact that you’re standing in-between curtains really gives this photo a ‘voyeuristic’ feel to it. Which I think is always an interesting theme to use for any kind of artwork. Combined with how your face is just barely hidden makes for a very mysterious, intriguing photograph. You really have done an amazing job shooting this. Beautifully done! You look absolutely breath takingly beautiful uremysweetapocalypse
Again, thank you so much for sharing this! <3