Thursday, March 19, 2015

with her sickle keen

It seems there's a bit of a macabre theme 'round here lately, but I haven't had much time to create content, so when I do have time  I like to devote it to my favorite characters - weird ones. These photos came about because I accidentally bought four antique sickle scythes on the eBay app (seriously...all of a sudden it was like "THANK YOU FOR YOUR ORDER" and I was like whaaaaat just happened...?). Honestly, I ain't even mad...four unique antique sickles for $20? Could have done worse. They arrived in the mail yesterday and I figured I had to do something. It's especially nice 'cause all the snow has melted, but the grass is still brown and the trees, bare, so the photos have that creepy autumnal aesthetic to them. 
dress, sweater - thrifted // tights - DIY'd // vintage combat boots - thrifted


Panty Buns said...

The idea of accidentally having multiplied orders is much more likely to make me think "Eeek!" than any photos of you ever could -
although seeing someone in a non-agricultural setting with one could be unnerving.
At least they were being sold at a bargain price.
You look beautiful. I love your eye-makeup, lipstick and outfit.
There is still some snow on the ground here and there where I live and it's predicted to snow a little tomorrow on the first day of Spring.
I'm imagining all the grass turning green, the trees budding and sprouting leaves and flowers coming up.
Having acquired four antique sickle scythes maybe it would be a good time of year to plant crops that sickle scythes were traditionally used on.
Please be careful to keep your fingers clear of them if you use them in the traditional way rather than swinging them.

Laura said...

i don't mind the macabre theme at all! i love the green tint to the photos, and the barrenness of the surroundings really does add nicely to the aesthetic of them:-) and i'm also really liking your hair and make-up! xx

Anat Koren said...

Amazing photos!

Marlen said...

Haha wuuut, how does that even happen?! Though that's a pretty cool purchase- especially since it inspired such cool photos. And I love how brown/dead it all looks too. It's super eerie and poetic.

xo marlen
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Josielma Ramos said...

Suas fotos me inspiram, elas demonstram tanto sentimento, o medo, amor, dor, solidão, uma verdadeira obra de arte, cada foto sua vejo como uma pintura, lindas demais.
beijos e sucesso.

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