24 January 2010

A Perfect Sunday


Private Affair
Harper's Bazaar
June 2006
Photography by Carter Smith

Let's go walk on the beach, just me and you.

Currently playing: Milord - Edith Piaf

xxxx

57 comments:

  1. like a storybook romance. love the photos..sort of facing the elements as well, you know.

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  3. Really a warm feeling about the romance of fashion in this one.

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  4. It has something 60's about it. Very classic.

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  5. I thought these were films stills at first, so it's sort of disppointing to find out they're from a magazine shoot :/ Still lovely though!

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  6. Love them all...

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  8. nice story! hope all is well. r

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  9. These are sooo lovely! Hope you're well and had a good weekend x

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  10. It's always nice to have someone by your side to share special moments.


    Hope you had a great weekend!

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  11. I love the old-school romance of this... reminds me of movies from eras past. Now if only my Sundays really looked like that, but I'd have to move to the sea I think... The shot of the couple on the boat is my favorite.

    And I had to smile at your last post. The same thing happened to me last month in London, when I found myself grabbing two J+ cashmere cardigans that I couldn't let go of ;-) Hope you had a lovely weekend!

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  12. Hi DK- how are you doing? This is so dreamy and romantic! Hope you had a wonderful weekend. xx D

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  13. So cute. I'd love to spend a Sunday like this. And I just love his Parisian striped jumper too.

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  14. YUP, that looks like a killer way to spend a Sunday to me!

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  15. Now THAT is photography....a 1000 words would limit what the picture has to say. Great post, my good man!

    +8!3

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  16. SO ROMANTIC. I love the one of them in a boat.

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  17. Perfect old fashioned romance, where holding hands is a bold statement. Beautiful images, my words really wont do them justice

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  18. a fresh carolyn murphy, fantastic spread. hope you are well friend!
    xo s

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  19. I love these photos. They are so inspirational.

    PS. Thank you for the sweet comment on your blog. It is friends like you who are helping me get through this tough time. xoxo

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  20. what a gorgeous and dreamy editorial

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  21. These photos are beautiful. Very romantic.

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  23. beautiful editorial. and milord by the lovely edith is so spot on. hope you're well my dear, xx.

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    Hope all went well with you and the hospital.

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  26. Very romantic pics! Love the aged feel of these!

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  27. lovely ones. Now I crave taking a walk on the beach !!

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  28. Feels like old-age Hollywood glamor. So pristine and romantic.

    I have been away for a really long time, so there are loads of posts to catch up on. How have you been? Missed your writing and your insightful observations.

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  30. These remind me of the guy I saw riding a horse on the beach today. Dreamy...

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