New Botanical Headpieces and Masks

Last Saturday was so much fun! Photographer Ted Mishima had suggested another collaboration to feature botanical headpieces – and for fun I tried my hand on some botanical eye masks also. Models Sarah Pardini and Amanda Hatheway were fantastic!

Ted works a lot with an old technique, wet plates – feast your eyes on his amazing work!

Except for a couple of items all the flowers and textures used were sourced locally – a huge thank you to Rose Hill Flower Farm, Stockman Acres, Charles Little, Peterkort Roses, Teufels and Z Callas for all these botanical treasures

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4 Responses to “New Botanical Headpieces and Masks”

  1. Jukka Heinonen Says:

    Hello Françoise,
    Thanks a lot publishing so fantastic flower works!
    I hope that you haven’t inconvenient that I published one post in my blog?http://www.artesaniaflorae.com/2013/07/24/francoise-weeks-y-fantasticas-creaciones-florales/
    Thanks a lot and have a nice summer days :D
    Jukka

  2. Françoise Says:

    thank you so much Jukka!

  3. Molly Sadowsky Says:

    Francoise these headpieces and masks are so exquisite! I’m blown away by their detail and your creativity. Wonderful photography as well. Bravo!

  4. Françoise Says:

    Thank you Molly!

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