Dryad: a nymph clings to giant tree roots suspended over the river

Far, Far Away: A twenties style circus performer swings from a giant tree

Photography by Kirsty Mitchell Wonderland collection: http://www.kirstymitchellphotography.com/gallery.php?album=5

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The Queen's Armada: A fantasy queen sales a fleet of the most delicate paper ships

Running through open meadows and enchanted forests to a love that is ever patient for her undying love!

Woman loses mother to brain cancer, creates Beautiful, haunting series of photos.

Kirsty Mitchell fantasy photo. Danaus. http://goo.gl/Hj8nW


In Greek religion and mythology, Pan (Ancient Greek: Πᾶν, Pān) is the god of the wild, shepherds and flocks, nature, of mountain wilds, hunting and rustic music, and companion of the nymphs

ADAPTIVE ROOTS IN THE CONCRETE JUNGLE Photograph by HORST KIECHLE In this fantastic sighting by photographer Horst Kiechle, we see the roots of a tree in Bangkok, Thailand (Lat Yao, Chatuchak to be exact) growing into the grooves and cracks of an interlocking sidewalk. Not only do the colour of the roots [...]

Daphne is a nymph in Greek mythology. Her beauty attracted the attention of the god Appollo, who pursued the poor nymph relentlessly. Rather than submit to his unwanted attention, Daphne pleaded with her father for help. He turned his daughter into a laurel tree, thus losing her, but saving her purity.

What a great way to showcase a few different pictures while leaving in a striking, strong background image to tie them all together! Best with landscape photography, abstract art and graphic overlays are a great match.

FAIRY DWELLING - Photography by Susan Tooker of Spinning Castle. Enter these enchanted woods if you dare for this is a place of the Fae Folk. An old growth Sitka Spruce and it's hollowed out roots, large enough to stand inside, looks like a fairy dwelling. Simply magical. This photo was taken at Oswald State Park where the beach is nestled in a cove surrounded by giant trees that stand guardian over the Pacific Ocean.

Kirsty Mitchell has dedicated her Wonderland photographic series to the memory of her late mother, Maureen, who lost her life to a brain tumour in 2008

PHOTO BY: Saatchi Gallery, London Jorge Mayet 2008 This is really amazing to see that the roots are actually larger than the tree!

Nude, c. 1910 by Charles J. Cook



The Tree of Life by artist Laura Zollar @Karen Jacot Jacot Jacot Syverson - made me think of the tattoo idea you described the other night