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You're Not a Teenager Anymore

1.11.2013

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Photographer Taylor James certainly knows how to capture everything that I am failing to get out of life.  These grungy, teen-angst ridden photos makes me wish I was 19 again.  Then I remember that I wouldn't be able to go to bars yet and that thought quickly subsides.  What is it about these free-spirited teen idols that we are so drawn to?  Check out the rest of the photography from these shoots at http://taylorjamesphoto.com/ while I continue pondering the meaning of life.

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10 comments:

  1. Great post, love his pictures!
    Simona
    www.lakenmoon.blogspot.com

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  2. I sometimes get nostalgic about it but mostly I'm glad that I'm not a teenager anymore!

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  3. love this pics and also your blog! It's so nice!!! I follow you!
    Pass to my blog and if it likes you follow me too, I will be so glad :D
    kisses
    http://francescagiusti.blogspot.com/

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  4. Nice...
    yeah, no, wouldn't want to be 19 again...well, maybe...

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  5. These girls are gorgeous but would not want to be a teenager again! Now that I know what i know!

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    -Lauren at adorn la femme
    http://adornlafemme.blogspot.com

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  6. I would wanna be 19 again, with all the experience I have now...I could handle it much better ;)
    I love your blog ! Following xxx

    Fashion and Cookies

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  7. Hiya, great pictures, thanks for the visit!
    xoxo
    K.

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  8. These photos are amazing!

    xo!

    Pirate Hart
    www.piratehart.com

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  9. I like the grunge smells like teen spirit look (I was just old enough to covet the fashion of the late 90s but slightly too young to afford it like I wanted to and I've never gotten over it) but I don't think that the model being under 20 is necessary or even part of the appeal.

    I'd like to see someone do a shoot around the concept of that girl, but grown up a few years. Did she lose the uncomfortable angst but grow into a confident edge? Did she take off on the trips that she dreamed of when she was hanging out in parking lots, watching cars go by? How does grunge adapt to a filled out hourglass shape? There are so many over 21 or even over 30 badasses out there that I'm surprised it isn't done more.

    http://rikaconfesses.wordpress.com/

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