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Molly nude sitting on giant tree stump with book made of leaves

“The myths and legends about Faerie are many and diverse, and often contradictory. Only one thing is certain – that nothing is certain. All things are possible in the land of Faerie.”
~ Brian Froud

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  • blue

    Is that an old tree stump? How cool is that! You look very faerie-like here.

    • Molly Moore

      Yes, I have no idea what happened to the tree as it appears to have been cut down but this is fairly deep in the woods and not near the path

  • missy

    Your pose is perfect – the real faerie touch, and the whole image is delightful. missy x

  • Jupiter Grant

    Lovely photo. So dreamlike and ethereal, perfectly befitting the land of the fae 💮

  • Silver Eagle

    This is great. Love the touch of dirt on your arm a dn the leaves in your hand. Awesome imagery.

  • Mosscat

    Beautiful shot! There’s something a little old-fashioned and utterly delightful about this xxx

  • PurpleSole

    How wonderfully peaceful and beautiful this looks.

  • Victoria Blisse

    such a wonderful fairy tale image

  • Miss Scarlet

    I’m reminded of A Midsummer Night’s Dream!

  • Alethea Hunt

    I love the perspective and the way the foliage in the background just helps create a different size ratio in the picture, making you look truly tiny in the forest. I’ve watched way too many cartoons, but their is something Tinkerbellish about how you are contemplating the leaves you hold… just working out what to do with them.

  • May More

    Brilliant setting – but you are so good at finding them – you look perfect sitting there contemplating the leaves… x

  • Cara Thereon

    Walking through the woods and stumble upon a pretty wood sprite. You look gorgeous perched there.

  • Lexy

    What a magical scene filled with color and texture, and that wonderful filtered light. You look stunning and you are perfectly integral to how this image comes alive. There is really a lot of detail to explore here, it’s lovely.

  • DeviantSuccubus

    What a lovely magical picture! I love the feel of it, calm and close to nature!

  • Exposing40

    You really do look like a pocket sized fairy on this giant trunk! Gorgeous.

  • Marie Rebelle

    Oh Molly, this really is a stunning image. The way you sit, the old tree stump, the expression on your face, the leaves in your hands… just perfect!

    Rebel xox

  • Modesty Ablaze

    Just beautiful Molly . . . beautiful photo and beautiful location!!!
    Xxx – K

  • Jaime Mortimer

    That is very faery.

    Reading the leaves of a book?

    Anyway, you look lovely and the whole setting and image is just beautiful.

  • LittleSwitchBitch

    Oh, you beautiful, creative woman – this is utterly magical <3 Xxx

  • Cheryl

    I’ve heard of reading tea leaves. This is better.

  • Tom

    Really beautiful spot you found and a heavenly peaceful photo.
    Makes me want to spend time there and just sit in silence..Lovely.

  • Brigit Delaney

    What a cool stump! It looks like a portal to the underworld. And all you are missing is wings.

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