Make It Work

 

So (I say ‘So’ a lot), I am enjoying posting plenty of pictures from my recent endeavors. This was a great opportunity, that I truly relish, and want to share with all of you. Bear with me (I also say this a lot too. Bear with me)

This was a beautiful head piece, (created by Margaret O’ Connor, I believe) that photographed magnificently. And of course, pairing it with those glamorous earrings, was a splendid idea. All in all, this look was very cohesive. Cohesion is very important (something I learned from Project Runway. Look at me, being all fashion forward. Make it work.)

Thankfully, I wore a pair of boots that had a generous heel attached to them, otherwise the photos would be far too low, too hobbit like. Frodo Baggins much? I find that I sometimes become irritated with my height, when taking photos. It’s not that I’m incredibly short, I’m just, well….short? Am I the only one that gets frustrated with their height when taking photos? Are there any other short photographers that can relate? #shortpeopleproblems Am I a cool, relatable, funny blogger yet? I did a hashtag to impress the young folk. Are you impressed? Are you not entertained? (I hope the older folk understand that reference.) Let me remind you, I am an old soul trapped in a 20 year old’s body.

Anyway, back to what this post is SUPPOSED to be about. I thoroughly enjoyed photographing all of the jewelry that you have already seen and not yet seen. So, check out Lily Jewellery & Accessories Facebook page. Click the link below!

Click here, to see fab Jewellery!

-Alice, xo

alicephotography24@gmail.com

P.S. I like to be different, hence the borderline psychotic, glorious piece I have gifted to you today. You’re welcome. Back to being normal, now. (As If.)

‘Being different isn’t a bad thing. It means you’re brave enough to be yourself. ‘

-Unknown. 

 

 

 

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My name is Alice Frawley, and I am currently located in little old Ireland. I am a Photography enthusiast, and intend to make this my career, no matter how long it takes. To transform a hobby into a career, could potentially be the best decision of my life. Photography has been my passion, for quite some time now, and I am absolutely desperate to get myself out there, and show the world my photographs. This is a completely new journey for me to embark on.

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