Archive for the Veil Category

Guarding the Gallery

Posted in concentration, Day of the Dead, Death, eclectic, gallery, Haunted, Images, photography, Skeltons, Skulls, the story unfolds, Too tough to die, uh oh, Uncategorized, Veil on October 18, 2008 by anuvuestudio

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The Unfortunate Groom

Posted in create, Day of the Dead, Death, eclectic, gallery, good grief, green eyed monster, Groom, Halloween, Haunted, last words, photography, seldom is heard, Skeltons, Skulls, The Bride, the story unfolds, Too tough to die, uh oh, Veil, wacky, Whoo Hoo, yikes on October 15, 2008 by anuvuestudio

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Gathering at the Tombstones

Posted in artists, Bring it, create, Day of the Dead, Death, Diagonal View, eclectic, entertainment, gallery, Halloween, Haunted, Haunting, Images, last words, moss covered, photography, Random, seldom is heard, Skeltons, Skulls, studio, superstitions, Symbolism, The Bride, the story unfolds, Tombstone, Too tough to die, uh oh, Uncategorized, Veil, view, vision, Whoo Hoo on October 15, 2008 by anuvuestudio

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Releasing spirits in the gallery

Posted in Art, create, Day of the Dead, Death, eclectic, Entering New Territory, Flying, gallery, Halloween, Haunted, Haunting, Images, Life, mannequins, Movement, new beginnings, photography, Random, Skeltons, superstitions, Symbolism, the story unfolds, uh oh, Uncategorized, Veil on October 11, 2008 by anuvuestudio

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Woman in Veil

Posted in Art, back in business, create, Entering New Territory, Friends, frozen, gallery, Halloween, Haunted, Haunting, Images, Life, Personal, photography, Skeltons, Skulls, the story unfolds, Too tough to die, uh oh, Uncategorized, Veil, Whoo Hoo on October 8, 2008 by anuvuestudio

I figure I’ll string out the shots this year and give you one a night. I’ve been out for a few days, practising my Vampire skills (I had a treatment for minor skin cancer that requires me to stay out of the sun) while two very kind friends held down the fort. Susan and Jim, I can’t thank you both enough for watching the gallery! Jim (while guest sitting in) took some stellar shots of the current “visitors” hanging out. All the shots I will show are his and all the developing (in case he saw them finished differently in his mind) will be in my hands. This young lady stands at the slider door, looking on… as she mourns the loss a beloved one, while the deceased beloved one’s bride holds his head in her lap. That shot later. Don’t ya just love a good spin on a story…even if the caricatures involved aren’t breathing 😉

Woman in veil (with a shout out for Kweli’s lovely earrings)