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Friday
Feb072014

Paul Raeside yet again

There's no denying we're obsessed with the photography of Paul Raeside. He's been featured here countless times and I don't know about you but I just can't get enough. Enjoy. :) 

Only a really great photographer can make something ugly look beautiful. Exhibit A: 

Reader Comments (10)

Really?? Dead horse heads? And it doesn't look like they died of old age.

Once again, a sickening display of taxidermy. I really wonder why the blog that features Pets on Furniture and rescued cats posts this stuff. Do you not see the cruelty that creates "decor" from animal parts?

7 Feb 2014 | Unregistered Commenteroh Holland

9th photo down is a NYC townhouse by Kevin O'Sullivan & Associates Architecture & Interiors.

Paul is a great guy and he makes our spaces look amazing.

LF
www.kosullivan.com

7 Feb 2014 | Unregistered CommenterLuke F

The unicorn heads are a touch of whimsical mastery. The fact that they are shadowed by opposing human heads is genius. Photographing directly into the sunlight and capturing all that shadow and detail is something I hope to be able to do some day.

7 Feb 2014 | Unregistered CommenterKristie B

Oh holland - last time I checked unicorns weren't real

7 Feb 2014 | Registered Commenterkim

Beautiful homes and beautiful photography

Stunning photography on a stunning blog yet again. I don't understand ppl who bother to leave a heckling comment - another blog is only a click away - go there instead! Why spend time and effort in a blog you don't enjoy.

9 Feb 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle

Kim -- thanks for the smart aleck response. The horses were real, sentient creatures -- just like the cats you rescue.

9 Feb 2014 | Unregistered Commenteroh Holland

Where does it say the horse heads are real?

10 Feb 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMary

Paul is a fantastic photographer. Dedicated to his craft. Very simple but catching!

10 Feb 2014 | Unregistered CommenterCristina

I have recently discovered Paul Raeside through an article in Pro Photo magazine.. His pictures are like paintings and the more I see of them the more I love them. I love his work and his light and have the feeling that his best is yet to come.

16 Oct 2014 | Unregistered Commentermarly weeks

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