Ethereal, Calming, Vintage
March 9, 2010
Have you ever seen anything so beautiful in your life? Model Brianne and the fabulous guys at
Redleaf Studios got together to shoot this ethereal, calming, vintage feeling creative shoot. The amazing hair piece was donated by Wascana Flowers. You all should know by now that I’m currently obsessed with instant film so even the polaroid shots at the end are right up my street.
Thanks to Richard & Amy for sharing this with us today.
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