For centuries, when lives were lost at sea the Sirens were blamed. Using their magical powers they would lure unsuspecting sailors to their deaths on the rocks. While these stories have passed into mythology, sailors are still lost at sea today and sometimes, there is no answer. The ocean is a big place, and who’s to say that the Sirens are not out there?
The gallery is featuring Lady Chapell in a sunflower field in Mason, Ohio capturing the sunflowers with a surreal sunset that is perfect for Goths alike.
I made this gallery because JT Hanke (of Goth Viking Photography) took so many amazing photos, I couldn’t believe it and had to show you more. These are the photos that maybe didn’t have the perfect place to go in my Gen Con article, but I can’t stand the thought of not sharing with you!
This gallery features Briana Sullivan as an embodiment of Catrina from Dia de los Muertos the Day of the Dead. The images were captured by talented Taranaki photographer Sully’s Pics and were taken at two different locations in New Plymouth, New Zealand.
The concept for this set was inspired by Game of Thrones. The magical atmosphere with a forest nature made the red shine bright and I could not be more proud how this came out.
Former Darkestgoth Spokesmodel ZomBeautiful as the immortal vampire.
Photographer Betty Elrod of Betty Elrod Photography. Model Sara Sharp.
This gallery features Briana Sullivan as a mermaid queen washed ashore on a New Zealand beach, stranded yet still powerful, she holds the scepter and wears her crown. Stuck in human form until she bathes in the rock pool in the light of a green moon, showing her true form.
Introducing the gorgeous Korri Darkheart. Ms. Darkheart and I went on a dreary, rainy, cold day to the abandoned Lorton Prison and proceeded to make art come to life. At the time, there was a Halloween haunted house set up, so we took full advantage.
Time changes, but she’s still the same. She was young in the 19th and even in the 18th centuries. Who knows, maybe she lives nowadays. (Photography by Andrew Rezun.)
Simply put, Gencon was stunning. I never expected the scope of the place. Everywhere I looked, there was something new to discover. I originally hadn’t planned a cosplay for the first day, but that idea was quickly abandoned–which inadvertently led to this shoot and article about exploring Gen Con for their first time.