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The creepy shadows just seemed to help tell this story…
1930s, leaf, magazine, sepia, shadows, skeleton, vintage
I think it’s beautiful :)
Again, this just works so well. Wonderful work, very delicate and feminine.
really has something magical about it
Great original work! Well done! M:>
Just a wonderful image really very captivating…thanks
Thank-you, I think it’s beautiful too, and the shot owes a lot to the lovely 1930’s illustration, but I do love that dead leaf thing and its shadows too.
I suppose it can be creepy, though I thought it looks beautiful to me, it resemble a very intricate lace design. gorgeous shot !
I suppose I’m reading into the creepy thing a bit because of the words in the background, but I don’t think creepy and beautiful are mutually exclusive…thanks for all of your comments, it’s great to have such talented people checking out my stuff.
what a cool object you’ve found in the garden. I must say i’m a bit partial to collecting similar things myself whether they be interesting pieces of dry-seaweed, or spiral leaves etc. I marvel at the complexity, and geometry one can observe in found natural objects. Keep up the good work!