Tea and false eyelashes

17 October 07

I put the lashes on a mirror angled at the sky/trees and shot it with a macro lens and I'm ever so pleased with it. I think I'm going to get one printed huge and put it on my wall. There are a few variations over on my flickr too.

Thank you for the get well wishes! I have a crazy sore throat, but am otherwise bearing up, fingers crossed.

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That has to be the cutest stinkin’ spoon I’ve ever seen.

I’m diggin’ the eyelashes; I was wondering how you got them to look like they were flapping in the air, like the disembodied wings of a bird. Way cool.

Kim replied almost 13 years ago.

That spoon is too perfect! Your compositions are lovely as usual too!

Kimberly Lewis replied almost 13 years ago.

Love these photos as usual. :) The false eyelashes look amazing – like little wings. :P

Lils replied almost 13 years ago.

mmmm! Makes me want coffee… that spoon is too much!

Raina replied almost 13 years ago.

the lashes pictures are beautiful! like little butterflies!
out of curiosity, what art galleries in london do you think are worth visiting? (apart from the obvious tate modern/britain) i’m making a trip there to do some research for my art a-level and just wanted an opinion from someone who knows london!
thanks :)

Katie replied almost 13 years ago.

What are the lashes balancing on??? These photos are mint!

x

Alice replied almost 13 years ago.

Alice – they’re on a mirror, it says that in the post ;) & thank you!

kris atomic replied almost 13 years ago.

Hey, we’re LJ pals and I love your pictures! I’m gonna link you from my blog :n )

Siri replied almost 13 years ago.

Whoops sorry I totally misread what you’d written! Fantastic photos Kris.

xxx

Alice replied almost 13 years ago.

that cup is adorable! i would be really glad if you could tell me where to find it? your art is really lovely too!

Iris replied over 12 years ago.

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