Wednesday, July 9, 2014

belated blossom dreams

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A month late, but better late than never: a very spring outfit, photographed in Springtime in Central Park. I don't usually do pastels, but I was really feeling the candy floss/ ice creamy color scheme during this glorious season of bloom in the city, when delicate pinks and yellows and creams are ubiquitous and invigorating. I'm definitely not missing anything about the sticky, stifling heat of summer in New York, but I'm already nostalgic for springtime in the city parks and gardens. I'm sure Tokyo will still be great next spring though- being sakura central and all.

Actually, I don't think I ever made that official announcement on this blog, what with all the business of graduation and trips and moving and May photo gigs and settling in to our routine in Utah for the summer- We are moving to Tokyo! Ryan was hired by a Japanese firm and we will be spending the next 2-3 years in one of my very favorite cities. The career prospects for me personally are kind of slim- I'l probably be limited to teaching english- but I'm hoping to get some photo gigs while I'm there, and I'm excited about the kind of backdrop I'll have to work with for my portfolio and general photo practise. Who am I kidding though, I'm mostly excited for the FOOD.



Jacket: Anthropologie/ found in consignment store for cheaper
Blouse, Skirt, Belt, Sandals: Vintage/ Thrifted
Socks: Daiso

10 comments:

  1. These photos are gorgeous! Man, I'm jealous of your big move, but also super excited to get to read your blog while you're there! Please share as much as possible so I can cry over all the delicious food you're eating and lovely sights you're seeing. ;)

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  2. These are so beautiful! There's something especially wonderful about the one with your feet dangling in polka dotted socks.

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  3. Your posts always have a little magical touch to them—love it!

    Colour Me Classic

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  4. so pretty. lets go an a utah adventure soon? yes?

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  5. amazing! i would love to visit japan one day and get a shot at living there as well. so so very exciting :) and the photos here are beautiful.

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  6. You look like a little cherry blossom fairy sitting in that tree :3

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  7. Congratulations on your big move! I've always wanted to go to Tokyo, it just seems like such an amazing city. Someday I'll make it west of California...
    The outfit is so right with the cherry blossoms. I'm rather impressed that the pink matches the blooms so perfectly.

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  8. Such exciting news! I hope you find some wonderful opportunities In Tokyo!

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  9. wow, moving to Tokyo will probably be amazing! can't wait to see all your pretty pics in spring blooms there.

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  10. Hahahaha lol about your comment of the food! hahahhahah I would totally think the same :) :) I'm very excited for your new adventures in Japan, best place ever to take pictures (and buy cute things). 2-3 years abroad is a very good prospect to have ahead. Oh! with the excitement I was about to forget to comment about the pics, I love how chameleonic you are with the pink pastel shirt with the gorgeous flowers, oooh and those socks (love!)

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