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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Jenny at Grand Central

I had the pleasure of reuniting with Jenny today and we had a wonderful day taking photos, listening to French accordion music, and walking around Grand Central Station. I have been watching a lot of Alfred Hitchcock films lately so Grand Central was the perfect location for a photo shoot. I shot so many pictures to share over next few weeks so look forward to some more photos of Jenny!

17 comments:

Le 21ème said...

That first photo is AMAZING!

- www.21Arrondissement.com

That's Not My Age said...

Beautiful photos - love the top one with the red light, it's stunning! Jenny is a very stylish lady - love the floral dress, Raybans and the camel coat. Nice outfit!

Terrazista Vocacional said...
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Style Odyssey said...

the comment from Terrazista Vocacional says it best!
jenny has a certain elegance and chic that is hard to define....je ne sais quoi.

Lindsey M Nelson said...

I think you may have outdone yourself this time! Gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Hi Ari!

The previous pictures of Jenny felt more spontaneous but these are lovely as well. I am enjoying the retro styling. She looks even more intriguing and these photos really showcase her beautiful features!

You are clearly having fun with your wonderful friends. Thanks so much for sharing them with us. !

Best, J.

berenice said...

Beautiful woman. Precious flower print dress . Charming photographies!!!!!!!!

valncami said...

Love the way you captured her in these photos. Sounds like a lovely day and can't wait to see the rest.

Jenny Hirschowitz said...

Ari's previous pictures of me at the museum were probably more spontaneous, as J. points out -- maybe because I was caught by surprise. Never having posed professionally, I just did my own thing for the camera. But I felt really comfortable at Grand Central -- it's almost my favorite place in New York and just a few blocks from my little apartment -- so I know the ins and outs of every nook and cranny of this marvelous building and all its warrens, passages, and secret places (like the tennis courts, many floors below). Ari and I hope to produce a photographic book of iconic NY landmark buildings and street-scapes, peopled with the greying crowd who love this city so well, and contribute to its preservation in picture, word, and deed.

sophie celeste said...

beautiful pictures of a beautiful lady... charming and vibrant, chapeau!

Trista said...

Gorgeous.

Jazz said...

wow, i love your pictures!

LadyLiza said...

If I could be half this elegant when I grow up, I wouldn't mind being a schlub now!

ohcomely said...

Yes yes yes!!
That photo of her standing at the doorway is GORGEOUS.
God, I hope to be as beautiful as Jenny.
Those shoes, the glasses and the hair...
I adore it all!!

ruya tabirleri said...

Awesome and mysterious! Like a mix of Kim Novak and Tippi Hedren...

Anonymous said...

I always look forward to photos of Jenny. She has a beautiful something about her that her manner of dressing only accents.

Livia said...

What a beautiful lady! I loved your pictures, amazing! lot a kisses from São Paulo(Brasil). ;)

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