Spring kisses back

On top of the beautiful, oriental-inspired styling by Nikei Mak and Timmothy Lee’s ambient night-time photography, Yan Leung’s makeup artistry is the jewel in this shoot’s crown. Titled Kiss The Spring – part II, it’s a follow up to another shoot of Lee’s (Kiss The Spring) that we featured a little while ago. Both shoots give you that feeling of spring being in the air; balmy evenings, the scent of flowers drifting in… The feeling of being so happy to see spring return that you really could kiss it.

Dana Henriette Smit by Timmothy Lee

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee
Kiss the Spring II by Timmothy Lee

No doubt that’s how many a southern hemisphere reader will be feeling as winter starts to thaw.

In anticipation, you can view the full shoot by Timmothy Lee (timmothylee.com) starring model Dana Henriette Smit, at the gallery.

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