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The Surreptitious Pixie by Jules Campbell

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’Tis said their forms are tiny, yet
All human ills they can subdue;

Or with a wand or amulet
Can win a maiden’s heart for you;

And many a blessing know to stew
To make to wedlock bright;

Give honour to the dainty crew,
The Pixies are abroad tonight.’

By Samuel Minturn Peck 19th Century

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“ Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow." – Imogen Cunningham

Photographic artist based in the southwest of Western Australia.

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  • LisaR
    LisaRover 5 years ago

    Great image! Excellent capture.

  • Thank-you Lisa much appreciated:)

    – Jules Campbell

  • mindym306
    mindym306over 5 years ago

    Great work!

  • Cheers Mindy!

    – Jules Campbell

  • purelydecorative
    purelydecorativeover 5 years ago

    There are fairies at the bottom of the garden, just as I suspected! Magic, Jules- literally!

  • Thanks PD I thought seen as though its nearly been a year since the ‘Faerie Queen’ image that I should re-shoot it…and to my surprise the little people are still there right where I left them in my overgrown garden!

    – Jules Campbell

  • Kitsmumma
    Kitsmummaover 5 years ago

    Ok, you can delete this comment but what about childhood, dreams, wings, garden, girl, fairy, woods, fantasy, tale, light, shadows, nature, imagination, child, children, surreptitious etc, etc.

  • Thanks Sylvia you’re a doll…and yeah I used to tag more but just can’t be bothered with much anymore. Check this one out from months & months ago ..hehe
    side by side

    – Jules Campbell

  • belle2593
    belle2593over 5 years ago

    I love the colours through this photo.
    Lovely feel.

  • Tom Vaughan
    Tom Vaughanover 5 years ago

    just a perfect image!

  • hsien-ku
    hsien-kuabout 5 years ago

    my mother still maintains there are fairies in her garden. I thought she was wrong until I saw your photograph :)

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