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Before I drown, I just wanted you to know... by strawberries

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original image taken with a pentax k-30
edited in PS elements 7
model, me (look in tags!!!)
Location; Eagles Nest, Inverloch, Victoria, Australia

I’m a fruit cake. a dark, professional one. be scared. or enthralled. either way enjoy

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  • Karen  Helgesen
    Karen Helgesenover 1 year ago

    What a wonderful piece…after reading the title, the first thing I thought of Virginia Woolf…it has such a vintage feel to it and such a sadness…beautifully done!

  • TeresaB
    TeresaBover 1 year ago

    June 16, 2013

    Beautiful work!

  • jammingene
    jammingeneover 1 year ago

  • Linda Lees
    Linda Leesover 1 year ago


    17 June 2013

  • K Lockhart
    K Lockhartover 1 year ago

  • Barssel
    Barsselover 1 year ago

  • ✿✿ Bonita ✿✿ ђєℓℓσ

    CongrATulations on your feature nicely done and presented

  • Evita
    Evitaover 1 year ago

    Excellent work…. mysterious and eerie !!!!☺♥

  • Birgitta   †
    Birgitta †about 1 month ago

    Well now this is my kind of stuff. (And I thought my work was creepy.) Great mood and I love that nobody smiles in your pics. I tried to explain this to my very old-fashioned, fundamentalist mother. I told her why I prefer old, cracked up pics from the 1800’s where the “grimace” was the best thing going- they were real, you know? The concept of being “fake” and saying cheese hadn’t quite caught on just yet. But then if all you had was boiled potatoes in lard and bathed in ashes I might be a pissed off mug too. Ha. So when it was time to give her some shots of the kids, she was horrified, because I took pics of my kids next to stained glass windows with eerie lighting, etc. and a texture or two for effects. (And of course, no smiling.) I guess you can imagine what her reaction was. I may as well have given her pics of Marilyn Manson. She didn’t want to hang them up next to pics of Kodak grandkids with cake on their faces and happy little bubbly lives.

    Sigh. Anywho, I grabbed the pics back from her and skidaddled out of there.. I’ve never given her another pic since- and that was 7 years ago. The moral of this story is: I won’t compromise my artistic integrity for anybody. Not even my mother. ;0) Glad yo see you sticking to your guns and producing a real, vital, (shocking) body of work. Creepy, dark, but romantic too. Punches you smack in the face! And yes, you can quote me on that! x

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