Wendy Bevan

August 17, 2007


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I absolutely adore Wendy Bevan’s work. Her photography portfolio is wonderful and I believe she uses a polaroid camera to achieve these incredible images. The following series is one of my favorites and reminds of the colonial era, it feels like a New England town by the water and something very similar to The Crucible or Hester Prynne from The Scarlett Letter.
Wendy Bevan
Wendy Bevan
Wendy Bevan
Wendy Bevan
Wendy Bevan
Wendy Bevan

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      Jessica Aug 17, 2007

      absolutely stunning, there is so much expression…I can’t believe the atmosphere and mood the photographer has created. Well done find!

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      thealchemist Aug 18, 2007

      aren’t they beautiful? this is just one of my favorites, she is such an amazing photographer.

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      Liz Aug 19, 2007

      I am really enjoying your blog. You have a keen eye for the unusually beautiful. Keep up the great work and thank you for sharing your insight.

      You are right next to the Sartorialist on my Bookmarks bar!

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      thealchemist Aug 20, 2007

      thanks, liz!!! that just made my day.

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      bobble-bee Aug 22, 2007

      WOW! They remind me to me The Piano… when she’s at the beach trying to save her piano … when she’s at home unable to speak … so powerful.

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