Tag Archives: sky

by Stefano Giorgi, May 2014
model Rebecca Tun
Pavia, Italy


analogue photos, summer 2016, on the roof in Rotterdam

by Keith Brighouse

model Rebecca Tun


“To be creative means to be in love with life. You can be creative only if you love life enough that you want to enhance its beauty.”
― Osho

© Stefano Giorgi | May 2014
model Rebecca Tun
makeup artist Sara Larocca
Pavia, Italy


it tells the story of the creation of the world

© Huw Alison | July 2013
model Rebecca Tun
Snowdonia, Wales


I would simply like to make the following comparison observation. ‘Blue Moon’ by Max Operandi, 2012, and ‘Moon Worship’ by Thornback, 2014.


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


‘In the Air’ Photo Challenge

So, I just heard from Thornback that one of his images in which I feature won ‘GURU’S TOP PICK AWARD’ in the ‘In the Air’ Photo Challenge on gurushots.com.

Thornback creates wonderfully northerly, billowing, wide-open fantasy landscapes inspired by nature, Northern European folklore and his wild imagination.

It was a privilege for me to participate in the making of some of these images one chilly morning down on the bleak grey Somerset sand in September 2014. The shoot was planned and executed with military precision. I won’t share the secret of how I managed to hover above the water but it didn’t involve hiring my stunt double.

‘In the Air’ Photo Challenge


“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


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