We continue to tell about decent social media accounts through which the whole world can be viewed.
After fifteen minutes of viewing bright and honest photos of Stacey Baker, I never want to think about any "thigh gap" again. The girl works as a junior photo editor at The New York Times Magazine, and in parallel, for the third year now, she has been on Instagram dedicated to the diversity of the beauty of the human body. More precisely, its specific parts - legs. This is how the Citilegs series was born, which has accumulated over 1000 foot shots of New Yorkers - all colors, shapes and sizes.
Stacey says that every day she sees a huge number of stylishly dressed people on the streets of the city - so she had a desire to create a project that would convey her admiration. The photographer regularly uploads pictures, signing exactly where she met the owners of amazing legs. According to her, the whole process takes no more than ten minutes, and the photos are published without using filters. The emotions experienced by the author and the girls are much greater than the labor expended: “I am still amazed that unfamiliar girls are ready not only to take pictures, but to pick up the hem of their coats, tuck in their blouses and stand with their hands up.” Not so long ago, a photo project came out in the form of a book called "New York Legs".