Drowning Colors

Flowers and water belong together, the two most colorful elements of our human experience; bright and vivid in our childhood memories, we can all remember the small drops of water that forgot to fall after a storm and lingered, instead, atop the small petals like little bugs, reflecting the first rays of wet, muddy sunshine; tiny bearers of infinite hope. The night is over and a new season has begun.

We created this session with Ema Mota Ramos and her beautiful flowers from Jardin D’Époque

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