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Chasing The Red

On rainy and windy days I retreat to the trains for pictures. Spring has been particularily fickle this year with temperatures in the 80s one day and then the 50s the next. Still everything this wonderously green and I'm preparing for a move (my fourth in four summers). I'll be heading up to Pennsylvania shortly to live in an old house with a couple of friends; I don't know what this will mean for my pictures but since I've blogged from college in PA, Greece, Washington state, and only recently Virginia, I think it's safe to assume the blog will endure. My location might alter, but the sort of content I like to share has been pretty consistent from the beginning.

Outfit details:
vintage sweater

20 comments:

Tinacious Me said...

what a lovely dress! i really like the print!

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shah said...

it is awesome and elegant.

Natali said...

Very beautiful jacket and shoes!!

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Laura said...

A move - how exciting! I always love to see what you do with new locations, so I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with this one. I will miss the train, though...

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Joanna said...

A move is very exciting! I'm sure you'll have plenty of great adventures there!

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Jacqueline, melon-heart said...

That sweater is so versatile. I think it instantly makes any outfit feel a little more relaxed and put together all at once. Great outfit as usual :] Good luck with the move! Hope it's not too stressful.

Angie said...

adorable shoes! :)
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M. (Faded M Style) said...

I love your train posts! I grew up loving trains as my Dad was into them. Pennsylvania is also very beautiful! Best of luck with your move!
Best, M.
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triskelos said...

Such an interesting color combo! Love it!))

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Laura Ann said...

I hope you enjoy your move and new location :) Many adventures will follow, I'm sure. Sounds exciting!

The Daily Fashionista said...

I'm just loving these photos. That dress is one of my faves from you too.

Kitsune-kun said...

that dress is so adorable it hurts

Kristian said...

Exciting news for a move; hopefully one your excited about!

I always find it interesting that even though I know you've photographed here a lot, it always feels new. Rather like how you always remix things in such different ways, really...

MarieBayArea said...

That's a perfect Rebecca the Clothes Horse dress.

A Portland Girl said...

I love your photos! What kind of tripod and lense do you use? I need some help. I have the hardest time taking vertical self portraits!

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

@A Portland Girl, the tripod's my fathers from when he was my age, so I don't know the brand. It's expandable though; a really nice one & the top swivels and stuff. Hard to describe, but I think if you get a basic expandable tripod you'll have the options you need. A simple gorillapod won't do for a larger camera. I use a 50mm lens.

Vang said...

Such a lovely outfit. I really like the high heel oxfords. Good luck with the move!

Vang

Jewel said...

Lovely dress!

Jamie Rose said...

This is beautiful. I always love when you take pictures in the trains. Such a cute little dress and the color of your cardigan is super pretty with it.

CP and KW said...

Just came across your blog. You are darling! What wonderful photographs and outfits!

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