These series are called “When I see purity”. I think it is because it expresses passing purity in a suave and tender way, and combines it with a sense of enchanting peace and inevitable sadness. I am a photographer from Romania and I saw this girl in a market where gypsies are always coming to sell clothes, vintage things, etc. […]
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