everyday i show is a pretty amazing photography community I came across lately. I've been meaning to make a post with a bunch of some of my favourites, but recently there was one specific post that I just loved.
These photos are from American photographer Sally Mann. Wiki always does such a good job of summarizing, so: "Many [photos] explore typical childhood themes (skinny dipping, reading the funnies, dressing up, vamping, napping, playing board games) but others touch on darker themes such as insecurity, loneliness, injury, sexuality and death."
I have this weird fascination with the rural. I'm such a city gal, but more and more I get these urges to live in isolation, even though it definitely scares the heck out of me a little bit.
I love these photographs as they have that element to them, and also just that whole "otherworld-ness"...it just feels like a life so far away from my own.