Tag Archives: rocks

Now would be a bad time to tickle me under the arms.

© Thomas Bichler | June 2015
model: Rebecca Tun
Elbsandstein mountains – Saxony, Germany


you can write your poetry of movements

© Hugh Alison | July 2015
model: Rebecca Tun
Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland


figuresofgrace:

One of my photos has just been published in a major international photography magazine.  Read about it in my latest blog post:

https://figuresofgrace.wordpress.com/2015/01/29/another-photo-in-photo/

with Rebecca Tun


simbiosa 2016

The next calendar by Thomas Bichler is ready. Featuring Lulu Lockhart​, Rubia Stri​, Romi Muse…and me dangling from precipices in April and October.

simbiosa 2016


“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


just a simple nude in Norway from an enchanting adventure on a small island one summer in 2014
© uwfa | May 2014
Askerøya, Tvedestrand, Norway


© Thomas Bichler | June 2015

Elbsandstein mountains – Saxony, Germany

“The nomadic gatherer-hunters live in an entirely sacred world. Their spirituality reaches as far as all of their relations. They know the animals and plants that surround them and not only the ones of immediate importance. They speak with what we would call “inanimate objects,” but they can speak the same language. They know how to see beyond themselves and are not limited to the human languages that we hold so dearly. Their existence is grounded in place, they wander freely, but they are always home, welcome and fearless.” – KEVIN TUCKER, Against Civilization

On Thomas Bichler’s blog: http://thomas-bichler.com/elbe-sandstone-mountains-and-rebecca-tun/


The wind was delightedly impressed

‘On top of the world’ © VanEyke | Sept 2014
Weston-super-Mare, UK


You found me. I fell out of the sea, and now I’ve got legs.
© VanEyke | Sept 2014
Weston-super-Mare, UK


Like a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis
© VanEyke | Sept 2014
Weston-super-Mare, UK