Kateřina Keirea Kellerová

Kateřina Keirea Kellerová

Kateřina Keirea Kellerová
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Bran the Broken by Krikin

Bran the Broken by Krikin

Some of my illustrations are featured in the latest issue of Art of the Blue, along with a written part where I tell a bit about myself and my work. If you want to check it out, just go to...

Some of my illustrations are featured in the latest issue of Art of the Blue, along with a written part where I tell a bit about myself and my work. If you want to check it out, just go to...

Some of my illustrations are featured in the latest issue of Art of the Blue, along with a written part where I tell a bit about myself and my work. If you want to check it out, just go to...

Some of my illustrations are featured in the latest issue of Art of the Blue, along with a written part where I tell a bit about myself and my work. If you want to check it out, just go to...

remnant of light : Photo

remnant of light : Photo

22 Amazing Vintage Photographs of Women Riding Side-Saddle from the Victorian Era

22 Amazing Vintage Photographs of Women Riding Side-Saddle from the Victorian Era no wonder these ladies were always fainting.they were so corseted they couldn't breathe

Ořezávátko KOH-I-NOOR 7-12 9095 stolní v retro designu fotoaparátu

Ořezávátko KOH-I-NOOR 9095 stolní v retro designu fotoaparátu

ca. 1860’s - not often you see someone this old in photos of this period. Those hands tell a story by themselves.

Blenobia Brimswaddle at age in Blenobia gouged out her daughter Constance's wandering eye at 3 months of age, believing it would lead her to temptation and ruination with men when she grew of age.

Victorians smiling!  It makes it so much easier to connect to the pictures and believe they were real people just like us.

This beautiful young woman has to have one of the most joyful, spontaneous, genuine smiles I've ever seen in a vintage image. Probably taken in an early style photo booth

Five extremely well armed men (and a sleepy dog) are featured in this late 1850s ambrotype. Courtesy Heritage Auctions

Five extremely well armed men (and a sleepy dog) are featured in this late ambrotype.