you should try and facehunt the lady with the dog’s boyfriend. he is the ultimate handlebar-mustachioed dandy, and they both live in a ’40s repro household!
I love these photos. The girl with the bike is a dream, I think the woman with the dog was in my dreams, and the man with the shorts: my goodness! So bold.
The first photo is absolutely fabulous – Facehunter is my daily dose of inspiration!
i totaly love the first dress!
lovely #1 dress…
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give me that sweet pink bike!
I love the bright blue sky against the red dress in pic 1. Fantastic composition.
Love second photo, the poses of the dog and the woman, not looking at each other. Guy in shorts is very, very bold, and he comes away with it.
those are brilliant! that part of london is really amazing to see peoople.
que fotos tan lindas! :)
that guy looked like he raided his kids closet. tres ridiculous.
superbes photos ! très expressives !bravo !
J’adore Photograph #1. Very Lily Allen, but distinctive.
Great! I love London
The first two are FABULOUS.
LOVE the vintage-looking dress on the woman with the dog. Incredibly pretty photo!
your pictures are just getting better and better! #1 is pure poetry and #2 marvellous, congrats.
i love the photo of the lady and the dog. it’s very sweet, and the motion in the photo is very subtle.
the first one looks like the third girl down in PARIS – fluokids party, point éphémère, 04/27/07 well the dress looks similar and there hair. kind of…
I love that red dress on the first pic!! it’s amazing!
1st girl looks a bit like Kirsten Dunst= lovely.
I have virtually no idea how Eleonore ended up in London, but I know her from Nice.Good for her!
Greetings from Amsterdam