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7 November 2008
why the long face?
Now Playing: arcade fire - neon bible
Topic: photography

in happier times


This was a series I created titled "Why the Long Face?" for the Canon Photo5 competition. And though, as I expected, none of the images were selected as finalists, it was a fun series to do, and that is more important to me than any prizes :D

The image above is the one shown in Edward Steed's memory bubble in the final image, of happier times before the death of Felicity Mare from equine influenza.

Models: Karen and Greg
Photography, styling, concept and editing: Bronwen Hyde
Locations: Royal Botanical Gardens, Melbourne; Mitre Tavern, Melbourne; my old home and my new home.
Inspired by: the work of Elle Moss and the horse mask found at Fat Helen's.

a letter to her lover far away
a letter to her lover far away



news from home
news from home



not long for this earth
not long for this earth



death came too quickly
death came too quickly



now she is gone he sits alone
now she is gone he sits alone

Posted by Bronwen Hyde at 08:22 GMT
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