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Reaching Farther

Photo taken by Josefine, a swedish photography student currently based out of Los Angeles. The reason she decided to pursue photography full time is because she saw the impact pictures can have on people, both by looking at them, and making them. While volunteering for a church program that takes in victims of sex trafficking, she walked alongside a lot of mental struggles. She wants her pictures to be a voice to those that have no voice of their own yet, and to bring out the beauty hidden in the midst of brokenness.

About this photo: “Wherever we find ourselves in life, the most important thing is that we never forget that there is more than we can see right now. There is always more hope, more opportunity, more healing, more joy, and more purpose than we can see, and we need to never cease to reach for it.


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6 comments on “Reaching Farther

  1. underthefullmoonvan
    August 8, 2012

    Wow…beautiful…don’t know what else to say…


  2. Lady Deidre
    August 8, 2012

    Awesome photo!
    God Bless You!


  3. maggiedelsocorro
    August 8, 2012

    WOW! Beautiful!


  4. aynetal3
    August 9, 2012

    He seems to be reaching more inward than outward … new image view! Thanks!

    Our best,


  5. rommel
    August 9, 2012

    Another great one! 😀


  6. josefinephotography
    August 9, 2012

    Thank you all! I’m so happy you enjoy it!


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