A Girl and Her Cat


Italian-born Stefano Giacomini is a photographer who’s fixated by the woman's body. "I think that the body of a woman is one of the most beautiful things can exist all over the world: a perfect mix with lights and colors!,” he’s said. “I first fell in love with this kind of subject when I admired a Giulio Monteverde's sculpture."

Giacomini’s la femme et le chat is a stunning black and white series of a woman and her cat walking along a lovely cobblestone street in Italy. There is a peacefulness about the photos that capture your gaze.

What a sweet and charming set!












Stefano Giacomini’s website
via [Photodonuts]



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