Changeling

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© Bailey Cooper
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It is photography itself that creates the illusion of innocence. Its ironies of frozen narrative lend to its subjects an apparent unawareness that they will change or die. It is the future they are innocent of.

~ McEwan ~

My niece Evie. She has a striking beauty.

10 responses

  • Michele Wambaugh

    Michele Wambaugh (Deleted) said (23 Jan 2013):

    Cracked glamour, WONDERFUL! You just get better n' better!

  • Robert Versteegen

    Robert Versteegen (Deleted) said (23 Jan 2013):

    wonderful one, :=))

  • Susan B. Griffith

    Susan B. Griffith said (23 Jan 2013):

    Love the effects of the layer. Beautiful image.

  • Donna Mullins

    Donna Mullins   gave props (23 Jan 2013):

    Evie is a beauty for sure and you captured it so well Bailey.

  • Ted Anderson

    Ted Anderson   gave props (23 Jan 2013):

    Fantastic image.

  • Richard Hawkins

    Richard Hawkins gave props (24 Jan 2013):

    well done

  • JamesHarmon McQuilkin

    JamesHarmon McQuilkin   gave props (24 Jan 2013):

    fab colour of royalty--of which children are. The age and her pose speak innocence; however, the scratch markes represent symbolically the changes others are not aware of, which ironically taints the real truth about her innocense. Of which the photo ironically holds on to just that fact as prolifically as the beauty and wonder of a child. Which ironically leads adults into an innocent future.

  • Steve Webber

    Steve Webber said (25 Jan 2013):

    Bailey, I came across your pictures, we all like to look at work by others and compare what we are creating. I couldn't stop looking. I think your work is wonderful. I am also amazed at how prolific you are, both with images and words. The captions/stories/quotes make the images more personal. Just wanted to let you know that you have a new admirer.

  • Elyseo

    Elyseo gave props (25 Jan 2013):

    great work!!

  • Deborah Downes

    Deborah Downes   gave props (29 Jan 2013):

    Her kind of beauty is timeless. This clearly speaks of the woman she will become.

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