Friday, May 18, 2012

A beautiful find...

Today, while reading the paper on-line, I came across something that took my breath away...

'Gammelyn's Daughter'

Kirsty Mitchell is a talented photographer, who lost her Mother to a brain tumour in 2008. Her Mother, Maureen, was an English teacher who would read wonderful stories full of fantasy to Kirsty as a child. Unable to deal with the real world and the loss of her Mother, Kirsty retreated and created a fantasy world of her own that is now a collection called WONDERLAND.


'A Floral Birth'

'Lady of the Lake'

'The Lavender Princess'

'Spirited Away'

 I think these are some of the most stunning photographs I have ever seen. I have been back and looked at them over and over again and never tire of them. She has lots of other amazing work over on her website;
Kirsty Mitchell Photography.

I wait with baited breath for a chance to see them in the flesh at her next London exhibition.

I hope you enjoyed them too.

Hugs, B x


The Snowdrop Project said...

Hi B,
Yes,I had to do a double take when I read this article.
Aren't the photos stunning? They literally stopped me in my tracks when I first saw them.
Hope you have a lovely weekend.

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Hi Ms. B!! Totally agree: stunning! They transport me to another world. I especially love the first one! Took me a minute to sort it out. Thank you for posting! I really enjoyed those photos: original and mesmerizing!

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

And, the styling and costumes are fabulous!! Loi

Brown Paper & String said...

Amaze amaze! I especially love the last image. Colours are awesome! xxx

Red Rose Alley said...

Hi B,
These photos are so unique, and yes, I did enjoy them very much. I love the color purple, and she uses alot of it in her pictures. This is such an enchanting, delightful post. The last picture is just wonderful.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Mrs. Sutton said...

WOW - absolutely incredible images! The colours, the subject matter, the styling - everything here - is SO unique and magical. You're transported to another dimension. Melancholic, but truly beautiful.
Paula x

koralee said...

Oh I so agree these are lovely! The colours are specatular! Thank you so much for sharing. off to take a peek at the link. xoxo Have an amazing week.

Home sweet Home said...

Amazing pictures.
I love the snow Image <3

Kitty M said...

Wow stunning images B - I'd never heard of this artist before - I'll have to check out her site. Thanks for sharing. Have you been watching the Grayson Perry series that has been on about art and class/taste? It's been really interesting.

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