Once upon a time

Once upon a time, not too many moons ago, my dear friend Melissa and I headed into the deep dark depths of the forrest. Gnangara Pine Plantation is a forrest right? Well maybe not, but there were trees and birds and lots of beautiful light and two friends who grabbed a bunch of dresses and a camera and got to shooting.

Melissa is a gun behind the camera. She has that special gift that most of us only dream of having, that ability to capture the emotion in a moment which is pretty important when you’re photographing someone’s wedding, which is what Mel normally shoots.

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For me, this post is about beautiful images first, clothing second (there are two more outfits I’ll post soon). I literally grabbed a bunch of dresses, a few pairs of shoes and hoped for the best.  Everything we shot were old pieces I had in my wardrobe that I thought would look good in front of the pine tree backdrop. The dress is a vintage piece that I’m pretty sure was made for me. I picked it up at one of the sales that the girls at Awoke on a Whale Heart have every so often. It was love at first sight.

Dress: Vintage
Ring: Sportsgirl
Necklance: Van Rycke
Heels: RMK 

P.S. Mel is in the process of getting her website up & running, I’ll post the link once it’s ready.

2 Comments

  1. Carmen says

    I really like the second photograph. I think not looking at the camera always looks more
    arty.

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