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January 24, 2017

Belle of the Ball at Boston Public Gardens

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Written by: Gregg "Wonderllama" Snider
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As we get deep into a chilly, rainy winter, we thought you’d enjoy another reminder of sunny summer weather — with Beauty and the Beast‘s Belle in a beautiful summer garden.

In August, I got together with Starlenia for a wonderful outdoor photoshoot. We met at Boston Public Gardens at the height of late summer colors. It’s a fun challenge to walk around a crowded public area with a cosplayer in a magnificent hand-made Belle ball gown. We were stopped for photos by dozens of kids.  We were able to get some sensational shots in several different areas around the park. I’m looking forward to more shoots together.

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