Outfit: Scouting

A few fisheye pics...

Feeling drawn to more casual outfits these days, or perhaps it's just the extremes. Some days I wanted to be dolled up in high heels with a cute little dress and other days I just want to throw on this parka, shorts, and go exploring. I took my fisheye lens out again--it's fun to experiment and see the different effects this lens yields.

Outfit details:
old necklace (similar)
Herschel Supply co backpack
GoodAfterNine fox ring
*all pictures by me*


JessicaMC said...

Wow, that lens is fantastic! The photos are stunning and I love the colours of them. A lovely outfit too. :) xo


Hello Kuo said...

the soft lace-y fabric of your shirt looks so fairytale-esque with the stone stairway and your romantic braids n_n and the fisheye lens is so cool. it makes the stairs look fantastically windy and distorted and adds this really neat dynamic element


Samantha Blair said...

What beautiful shots!
I love the fisheye effect and the beautiful filter.
Your colours are amazing....especially against your red hair. LOVE!
Cute ring BTW
I'm glad I found your blog
Samantha @Fakefabulous

Katy Mage said...

Amazing photos!

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Andini Ria said...

Love how these photos came out, I really want a fish eye lens now! You look super cute as always <3

Andini xx | Adventures of an Anglophile

gem said...

You are the only person whose fish eye photos I actually like. These look professional rather than quirky and you've found a way to make the lens work - I love it!

Alexandria Brady said...

I'm in love with these pics, I love love the fish eye, and all that moss is gorgeous~

Becca said...

Gorgeous photos! Love the fish eye lens. Your outfit is super cute, as always. :)
xoxo Becca

Jenny said...

Beautiful photos! You have such gorgeous places to shoot photos in. I love it!
Jenny // Mish Mosh Makeup

newyorkbee said...

Such beautiful photos. And I love the location :)

Laura said...

Love the lens and the location is dreamy. Reminds me of my year in art school in Northern England. Sigh...