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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:
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?
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.
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.
Oh holland - last time I checked unicorns weren't real
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.
Kim -- thanks for the smart aleck response. The horses were real, sentient creatures -- just like the cats you rescue.
Where does it say the horse heads are real?
Paul is a fantastic photographer. Dedicated to his craft. Very simple but catching!
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