This weekend we went to the summer house of my in-laws. The place has so many lovely details scattered everywhere and it looks cutely rustic and vintage. I had to ponder for a while which doll to take with me, but eventually settled on Hani since her current styling suited the place the best. I took sooo many photos! I'm going to make a separate post about the photos I took outdoors, and there's a photodump of the interior details in my White Camera-blog. But here are the indoor photos with Hani, enjoy! ^-^
Here you can see her full outfit, btw. I've taken so many close-ups lately, that giving some space was a nice refreshing change. And besides, what would be the point in doll clothes if I couldn't show then off? :D
The colours aren't perfect in the photo above, but the halo seems almost angelic.
My mother-in-law has the rustic details down to linens. This photos was taken on our bedding.
And this is from another room, which is styled in all white and light blues. Usually we sleep in this 'attic' space, but with Loki the stairs are a bit too cumbersome so we slept in the salon downstairs. It is a 'salon' because it is just the most suiting name for the room that has a few couches for sitting down and socialising. It's a small cottage house, not any sort of manor! :D
But anyway, there is this dresser, which has these little porcelain figures and perfume bottles on it, all matching in the theme colours. There is even an oldy stand for a water bowl right next to it, but it didn't get into these frames, sadly...
The photos turned out almost-not-too-grainy even though I didn't have my tripod with me.
I wanted these photos to look almost 'powdery' if you know what I mean? Did I succeed, at all?
And this last one, the colours look so off, or maybe just more vintage. But I loved the weird composition. :P
So this was my kick-off for the photos of July! The month has started great for me on other news as well, as I got accepted into a new school! ^-^ Starting the end of August, I'll be studying for the degree of an ICT engineer. I'm excited, but also quite terrified, as it has been a while since I last was a student.
But, see you soon with the rest of the photos! ^-^