I think I haven’t had a favourite photographer until yesterday. Late at night, I was browsing Pinterest (half asleep), when a stunning photograph of a red haired girl game across. Luckily, it was not one of those pins where the link is missing, so in about two minutes I found myself crazily browsing the Flickr album of a Kiev based photographer, Oleg Oprisco.
His surreal portraits express complex feelings that I think I could not express by words. But the colours, the look on the beautiful models’s faces and the ambiance together are perfect. Besides, ginger hair is something I adore 🙂
Here, I only show my favourites, but if you are interested in Oleg’s work, you can visit his Flickr site as well.
[All pictures belong to Oleg Oprisco.]
Even though we don’t celebrate Halloween here, I wanted to have some autumn decoration, so we have crafted some pretty things. Today I want to show you the three sided lanterns we have made, by using:
To make the lanterns, you have to draw the images (trees, haunted houses, cats, whatever your heart desires) on the orange tracing paper, than cut the frames of the lantern out of the cardboard, glue everything together, and there you go 🙂
I recommend using LED candles instead of real ones to protect the lanterns from catching fire.
Probably the whole internet knows this blog already, but my-oh-my, I have just found it, and I am seriously in love. The freckled fox is about a girl in her early twenties, mother of three, pregnant with the 4th (wow), and she does all the crafty-creative.wibbly-wobbly-thingies I adore. And a lot more: hair, fashion, cooking.
You absolutely MUST check out her hair tutorials (like this one), and the crafts she has made, and… well, just get lost in the blog for a couple of hours!