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fairy queen

The sun is just setting…

I’m modelling two fairy crowns assembled spontaneously by me and my sister Dezzy B last week from materials I collected in preparation for that time I didn’t get married in 2019. Check out Dezzy’s other creations on Etsy

This grumpy fairy of the glade is working on her most unimpressed look for when she eventually becomes crowned king of the woods. The day she finds out that’s never actually going to happen, ‘unimpressed’ will seem like a picnic in the park…

She’s the sun’s captive. She captures the sun’s light in her robes by day, and so he keeps her warm by night. She is in his orbit and he is glowing under her skin.

Fairy queen’s bridesmaid…

How can I love when I’m afraid to fall?

One step closer…

Time stands still
I will be brave

Time has brought your heart to me, and time will take it away…


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Rebecca Tun, August 2014, Nijmegen, Holland, © by EriktN

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maninblack-2000:

Rebecca Tun, August 2014, Nijmegen, Holland, © by EriktN

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i think I’m in a hurry?

© Derwood Pamphilon, May 2016
model Rebecca Tun
Sandon Studio –  Stafford, UK


are any more shrouds allowed?

© Henri Senders – April 2016
model Rebecca Tun
Eersel, Netherlands


the shroud of tun?

© Derwood Pamphilon, May 2016
model Rebecca Tun
Sandon Studio –  Stafford, UK


it tells the story of the creation of the world

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


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kill two ideals of the happy by Rebecca Tun

Via Flickr:

© Rebecca Tun | July 2013 . Reykjavík, Iceland . Canon EOS 5D Mark II


don’t forget to enjoy the rest of the summer sun

© uwfa | May 2014
Askerøya, Tvedestrand, Norway


“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