The romance was in the air.
Such a beautiful studio shoot!
And here is another romantic shoot.
Don’t they look so very lovely? I would love to know who the models were, especially the male model makes me curious. I wrote about it before but sometimes I hope this model could have been the younger brother Charles. Let’s say I am such a romantic 🙂
The first time I ran into a photo from a lady at the haystack I was really surprised, such a lovely setting and a creative idea. The glamour clothing and the haystack. Then I was even happier when I discovered a second photo, and to my surprise, there were more models then just this lovely …
Sometimes I stumble upon these mysteries, like this shoot. These photos found their way to me over the years, notice the last two photos. The photo with the Sacre Coeur on the background and one without. Both are original postcards (to my knowledge), so created before photoshop. But who was the photographer? Was this manip …
Some shoots take me years to collect, I had finished this one last year and then yesterday I came across a new photo (the first one seen here) so I had to rebuild the album which is what makes working on this project so special 🙂
A rare and special set, ladies having fun outdoors.
Diana Slip Lingerie was a French lingerie company from around 1930 was owned by Léon Vidal, and seemed to have been started by Yva Richard who sold his company to Diana Slip in 1920 (since he wanted to focus on his photography more).The company however was much more then just a lingerie company. They made …
The maid seducing her lady, or is it the other way around? It took me some time to get this set complete, but with bits and bites you can now enjoy it.