Friday, January 29, 2010

Floating Away With Zena Holloway


Between what has seemed like an infinite amount of rain here in
No California
and the
magicale imagery of
underwater photographer Zena Holloway
I have found myself
swimming in an ocean of dreams




More of her liquid perfection on film ...
( turn off blog music before viewing )

Speaking of lots of water, I may not be attending the Alameda this Sunday ...
I will keep you posted as I get a better idea of the weather.
The good news in this ?
Lots more goodies coming to the boutique !


Dumbwit Tellher said...

Such gorgeous, ingenious photography. Combine that with your blog music & it was an enjoyable diversion. Thanks Lisa x

BonjourRomance said...

Bonjour Lisa,
What stunning images - so unique. Will head over to see your new boutique items.

Pinecone Camp said...

Simply magical. I love this photographer!

Simply Mel said...

Sharing my life with two STRONG Aquarius', I always find myself being drawn to water. These are gorgeous images!

DolceDreams said...

How incredibly beautiful and inspiring! I just got home from swim team tryouts with my sons, the whole time wishing that I were in the water too...Now I not only wish I were in the water, but that I looked like this underwater!! Wow!
AND WOW! I got my print from you and LOVE it,you have such talent!

Dustjacket Attic said...

So amazing, I just love these.

FatScribe said...

Lisa -- fantastic photos, plus i'm into the return of the hoop skirt. saw a funny bit recently on the PBS film "Return to Cranford" where one of the ladies of the village believes the french hoop skirt she ordered was actually a fancy bird cage; she displayed it in her front yard proudly for all to see with her cockatoo sitting in it awkwardly.

great stuff as always! - Jg.

YSLGuy said...

I love photos done like this, it makes the fabric of the dresses move so beautifully.

Anthony said...

There's something pretty magical about water, don't you think? I find underwater photography such as Holloway's to be absolutely breathtaking and otherworldly! It's amazing how different things look and move beneath the water. But I think the magic also exists above it. And on that note, I will leave you with this...

'Happy Thought of the Day':

While rain is beautiful, cleansing and necessary for sustaining life on our planet, it is also one of the two main ingredients that make RAINBOWS possible! :)

A Gift Wrapped Life said...

I am in the mood for floating today in a dreamy thank you. Fabulous!