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kelsey gone to seed
bloomington, indiana
june, 2012

"A work of art is good if it has sprung from necessity. In this nature of its origin lies the judgement of it: there is no other. Therefore, my dear, I know no advice for you save this: to go into yourself and test the deeps in which your life takes rise; at its source you will find the answer to the question whether you must create. Accept it, just as it sounds, without inquiring into it."
- Rilke. Letters to a young poet.

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Billeh Ratsphangthong, Rlkitson, and 140 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Brenna Percy 22 months ago | reply

    someone got a new cameraaaa :D

  2. mlartigue 22 months ago | reply

    es hermosa!!! es diferente a tus portarretratos y me gusta :)

  3. 220495 22 months ago | reply

    The composition here is wonderful. I love the black and white.

  4. ~ Tilly ~ 22 months ago | reply

    oh my goodness!! i love this composition.

  5. enoughthunder 22 months ago | reply

    I just finished reading the same book! Marvelous, sometimes sad in nature but marvelous!

  6. ocrakraut 22 months ago | reply

    guess it´s not just the new camea. Great framing and dof and yes it´s one of your kelsey portraits: special as always

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  8. - Ma - 22 months ago | reply

    This black and white is simply incredible !

  9. lanloon1 22 months ago | reply

    like your B&W.... beautiful...

  10. Carlos Schop 21 months ago | reply

    Seen & Admired in " f l i c k "

  11. miquelet 21 months ago | reply

    great work
    great words

  12. journeyswithasimplegirl 21 months ago | reply

    amazing use of light and dark.
    simply beautiful.

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