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Lulu amid the rare sandstone formations at Lake Kleifarvatn

© Rebecca Tun / July 2015
model: Lulu Lockhart
Kleifarvatn, Iceland


Brennisóley

© Rebecca Tun | July 2015
model: Lulu Lockhart
Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland


“Welcome to my bend in the river.” Peaceful when left to its own devices, but stubbornly territorial, this Icelandic river-dwelling sprite is thought to be descended from Scottish water kelpies which may have snuck aboard boats in the middle ages. It’s not known how many of this species live in Iceland but this is the only one that has been reliably photographed, and is believed to occupy a particular stretch of river just outside the town. According to reports it has been spotted in and around caves and under bridges, splashing around in the shallow water, rolling rocks off waterfalls, building what look like temporary dams, and – it has once been claimed – humming tuneless ditties and giggling.

© Bragi Kort | July 2015
model: Rebecca Tun
Höfuðborgarsvæðið, Iceland


I bring you tidings of moderate joy for some of the people.

© Bragi Kort | July 2015
model: Rebecca Tun
Höfuðborgarsvæðið, Iceland


I’m not dead. I think I’ll go for a walk.

© Bragi Kort | July 2015
model: Rebecca Tun
Höfuðborgarsvæðið, Iceland


The stubborn Arctic Lupin. The ambitious Arctic Lupin. A long way from home.

© Bragi Kort | July 2015
model: Rebecca Tun
Höfuðborgarsvæðið, Iceland


behind the scenes shot by Bragi Kort from my shoot with Lulu Lockhart yesterday, featuring an innocent bystander

location: Brimketill, Reykjanes Peninsula


bloggy

Although I always have a moderately large supply of entertaining things to say and share, I’ve been a terrible blogger from the outset. I’ve wondered why, and entertained various hypotheses about it (extreme laziness, shyness, trauma around written assignments ever since Cambridge?) and I realized that the reason I avoid blogging is due to  accumulated guilt about not blogging. Continue reading