Some good things come in threes, and this project has got to be one of my favorites. I have been a huge fan of J. Lucas Reyes since we first worked together in January of 2010 and who would have thought we'd end up collaborating? (Be still, my beating heart!)
For this shoot, we provided a SoCal-esque (or SoCal-ish, I forgot which works better!) bouquet of Matthiola incana (Stock) & Chamelaucium uncinatum (Geraldton Wax Flowers) tied at the handle by a simple satin ribbon. Methinks having fresh flowers in an e-session makes the shoot so much more different than usual.
For now, enjoy the series. Here's to more fantastic work together, J! :-)
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