live young

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{ guest blog post by Christina (Down and Out Chic) }

Have you seen the poignant and culturally rich portfolio of young photographer, nirrimi? While this 17 year old's portfolio is impressive, I'm equally enchanted by her photo diary, *We Live Young.*




Nirrimi undoubtedly has a rare and genuine talent as a photographer. Live young, indeed.

♥ Christina from Down and Out Chic
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20 little notes:

Vanessa said...

wow, truly talented

curious constellation said...

She pretty much is the reason I fell in love with photography.

Marinka said...

She is truly talented indeed..I love the emotions coming from her pictures

April said...

Those are lovely photos, truly. And the 'live young' definitely goes along with the ones you showcase here.

Paislea Elyse said...

these are so pretty! i can't believe she's only 17.

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Natasha said...

These are all beautiful. xxx

andrea said...

people like this make me feel bad about myself and give me hope about the human race. Both at the same time. It's a most conflicting feeling.

DANDELION DAYDREAMER said...

I love her work! Breath-takingly memorable :)

Lulu said...

ohhh how beautiful.

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Lady Grey said...

wow, stunning! I love that first one, it's piercingly beautiful!

Nerissa =) said...

TERRIFIC SITE :D

Anna said...

These are so moving. She is a natural.

Love Anna from Fireflies etc.

Danyell Peterson said...

stunning photos!

Ladyulia said...

I think this my first time visiting ur blog
nice to find it :D

Madeleine said...

These are such great photos. I LOVE her photography.

Amanda Corrine said...

This reminds me of an Harpers Bazaar cover shoot with mice and other animals, I like these pictures too they are very simple and cute. The first one s breathtaking

Gabbi said...

Amazingly work! Thank you so much for the introduction Anna and Christina... off to follow the link now.

See Me Everywhere said...

Stunning! The girl in the second photo almost looks like the girl from The Lovely Bones.

x

LolaDee said...

These are stunning. Wow.

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Maxabella said...

It's so important that 'youth' is given a voice in our culture. The perspective is incredible and we really do change this as we grow older. I'm all for more books, more works, more speeches and more art by young people finding its way into the mainstream. Thanks for sharing.