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  • Mafalda July, 10 2013, 1:08 / Reply

    Il est vrai que nous n’avons pas partout la même notion en ce qui concerne la nudité, tu dois en connaître un rayon question pudeur aux US non? J’aime beaucoup la couleur du nénuphar je les trouve magiques… Et c’est une fleur aussi cette jeune femme dénudée, non?

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  • Cory Scott July, 10 2013, 1:08

    Très beau montage photo… Garance you rock SO HARD!

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  • andreea July, 10 2013, 1:08

    your pictures make me discover bali. thank you! :)

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  • Sevan July, 10 2013, 1:31 / Reply

    Quelle belle idee d’allier cette belle fleur de nenuphar a cette jeune fille en fleur.
    Beau reportage depaysant sur Bali.

  • Patty July, 10 2013, 1:33 / Reply

    Love your blog!!!
    I’m posting looks from Los Angeles and accessories:

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  • Gersande July, 10 2013, 2:09 / Reply

    Lovely picture!

    Enjoy your Holidays ;-)

    xxx
    G

  • Gigi July, 10 2013, 3:12 / Reply

    Très jolie photo;

  • Ava July, 10 2013, 3:12 / Reply

    I love these small curiosities you send our way from your travels, Garance. It helps to curb my once-again raging wanderlust. bisous, a.

  • Debbie July, 10 2013, 3:37 / Reply

    Do they wear anything other than Sarongs? And if so, anything above the waist? Just asking.
    Enjoy your trip. xo

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  • Laura July, 10 2013, 3:39 / Reply

    C’est vraiment beau! Et j’adore les deux photos l’une sur l’autre!

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  • princessglee July, 10 2013, 4:23 / Reply

    As I swelter in my humid environs that is Marina del Rey, CA, all I can think about is how much I want to loose my top and not have it be a big deal.

  • juju July, 10 2013, 4:29 / Reply

    Bonjour Garance, je suis ton blog depuis quelques années, toujours une grande source d’inspiration, d’une grande générosité, je n’ai pas l’habitude de laisser de commentaires, je me laisse transporter sans jamais oser rajouter quoique soit, de peur de paraitre trop futile ou inutile….(même si je sais que le but d’un blog est d’échanger entre nous). Mais aujourd’hui, pourquoi, ta série sur Bali me touche, j’aime ce regard créatif, mais c’est plus profond que ça, je ressens des émotions à travers ces posts, ton regard sur ces femmes à l’autre bout du monde, avec un savant mélange de mode, d’histoire et de nature…
    Alors voilà, merci pour tout ça…

  • Juli July, 10 2013, 6:19 / Reply

    I find myself admiring the juxtaposition of B&W & Color — vintage photos have so much texture next to our digital prints. Could you get a similar photo now without using actual film? That is composition aside…

  • Angelique Jennifer July, 10 2013, 8:33 / Reply

    I love the background of the picture. It gives colour to the B&W photo and sets the mood.

    http://angeliquejennifer.blogspot.com

  • Sunny Side July, 11 2013, 2:53 / Reply

    Quelle liberté ! Pas de religion “pécheresse” à ce moment là ! Y en a qui les ont vite fait rhabillées ! j’avais une amie qui nous recevaient à dîner comme cela, tellement loose and natural !!!

  • Tatiana July, 11 2013, 2:58 / Reply

    Amazing! Please post more of this, I love vintage photos, so beautiful! :)

    xx
    Tatiana
    http://tatiana-kurnosova.blogspot.com/

  • Bridget July, 11 2013, 8:11 / Reply

    Garance, I LOVE the layered photos thing you’ve started. It’s really beautiful and makes the wholes story of what you’re photographing stand out more. Totally stealing this idea for my next photo album book :-) Bisous. PS I grew up in Australia but spent about 3 months a year in Bali since I was a baby- your holiday is making me all sentimental….

  • Jessika July, 11 2013, 10:19 / Reply

    In the old days in Bali it was common for women to be topless… Then came the tourists and the women of Bali were “forced” to look at their nudity in the way we from the west do (on account of the male lookie-loos)… I love Bali and was married there last June in Ubud. Funny to see this post now as I was just reminiscing. Enjoy!

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