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This is a photograph I took of my youngest daughter. When my daughters were younger, we used to tell Faery stories at bed time and take turns adding to the story. The stories were very long and often times they would be very revealing, these were happy memories for us so…….. I wanted to capture what one of those characters might have looked like, she was a Tree Faery and her hair was a birds nest, egg included.

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egg, eyes, face, faery, fashionphotocomp, funkyfacestudio, girl, green, lips, little, makeup, moss, nature, nest, portrait, real, sunlight, tree

Comments

  • shygrrrl
    shygrrrlabout 7 years ago

    Gorgeous. Love her face, love the styling and make-up, love the use of colour. She looks like some kind of wood imp. Totally gets the imagination going.

  • melocin
    melocinabout 7 years ago

    she is the most beautiful tree faery ever. love this picture.

  • mayuphoto
    mayuphotoabout 7 years ago

    Love colors very much, also the shape of model’s lips looks like a part of leaves…very beautiful photo!

  • jetsta42
    jetsta42about 7 years ago

    lovely strong colours and interesting concept…nice work

  • Penny Edwardes
    Penny Edwardesabout 7 years ago

    Beautifull colours…I agree with everyone, keep up the good work!

  • funkyfacestudio
    funkyfacestudioabout 7 years ago

    Thank you everyone, These types of photos are by far the most fun to take and the make up well, thats another story. I recently lost many crazy photos like this because of a virus but i am working on some more. thanks again.

  • Lee Anne French
    Lee Anne Frenchabout 7 years ago

    Beautiful wood nymph! Looks like something out of a faerie tale!

  • immaimages
    immaimagesabout 7 years ago

    wow, wounderful use of colour and prop!

  • Karen Cougan
    Karen Couganabout 7 years ago

    wonderfullllllllllllll
    xkc

  • Damian
    Damianabout 7 years ago

    That looks wonderful, very cool idea :)
    That’s a shame to hear about the loss of a heap of photos, what a tragedy!

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