In the center of Stockholm lies a park called Kungsträdgården (The King's Garden). When spring finally arrives and the Swedes come out of hibernation, this is one of the places they gather en masse, frighteningly staring up at that big shiny thing in the sky - wondering what it is, at the same time they bask in that lovely light. The two longest sides of the park are lined with cherry trees, and for a short time each spring they they bloom, transforming Kungsträdgården to a fairytale park. Photographer Charlotte Hall came up with the splendid idea to do a shoot beneath these trees, so to match the blossoms I put on a light pink vintage dress from the 50s and my pointe shoes. And here is the result!
After the shoot, when I came home, I took my bra off and flower petals fell out of it. Haha!