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Reeds, White & Blue

Posted by
Stephen Phillips (San Francisco, United States) on 26 March 2011 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

Molly Klaproth at Bonny Doon Beach in 2005

another film archival image: Provia 100 transparency film - DiMage hi-res scan

tomorrow: the film fest continues with our friend Jesse

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Shahryar from Isfahan, Iran

nice shot ,have a good time :)

26 Mar 2011 6:48am

Ted from South Wales, United Kingdom

your choice of locations is always so good and so fresh, and different...and this is no exception. The pose and vibrancy are real winners...I just wish I could see more of her eyes?

26 Mar 2011 7:50am

@Ted: Just go back to my previous posts - Molly has been my subject for the past 4 days. If you go to my archive page and type "Molly" in the search box - you find many more. Best to you, Ted.

Marie LC from Entre montagnes et Bretagne, France

Very nice place and model. Excellent scan!

26 Mar 2011 8:16am

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

I just knew those hands were suggesting water yesterday.

26 Mar 2011 10:25am

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Great setting and portrait! Love the light and textures as well.

26 Mar 2011 10:28am

David from Detroit, United States

A great composition and a beautiful pose. Very nice.

26 Mar 2011 2:05pm

yz from Budapest, Hungary

beautiful Molly and nature: the best combination

26 Mar 2011 3:02pm

Kenny from Eastsound, United States

A great location and perfectly composed photo.

26 Mar 2011 6:19pm

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

A wonderful evocative springtime shot Stephen! Well done! ;-)

26 Mar 2011 8:55pm

¨‘°ºO Dutçh Oº°‘¨ from Neverwhere, United States

Quite beautiful, the reflection in the water really adds to the depth of the image.

26 Mar 2011 10:38pm

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

Great light. I like the almost uniform bend of the reeds.

26 Mar 2011 11:24pm

@Ralph Jones: The winds off of the Pacific will give your reeds that uniform bend - guaranteed. Thanks, Ralph.