“A fashion photographer I am and remain. I can say that for certain, but I also take photographs without any particular aim in mind. Photographs of everything and nothing, things that look good to me or that don’t look good. I wander but wandering is not so different from dancing. Things have come full circle and while there’s still time and for as long as I can, I want to see. I want to take photographs and all kinds of dancing are allowed.”~ Sarah Moon
Sarah knows a lot about beauty as all great artists do. She lives with it and breaths it and dreams it. She understands how hard it is to capture and how illusive and fragile it is. Here she has created something so exquisite and ethereal. The genius here was to shoot her subject behind. This serene composition worthy of a John Singer Sargent or Degas or a Mary Cassatt is unique in it’s own way.