Saturday, 7 November 2015

Olivia Snaps ~ Statuesque Portraits

Hello lovelies! 

Olivia Snaps is a meme where I share some of my photography with all of you. 


Today I have chosen to share some more of the 365 day photography challenge results. I have been feeling a bit uninspired for it lately and am actually a couple of days behind. Maybe sharing this will help prompt me into feeling inspired again? I'm not sure...

Title: Lay Me Down


Title: An Unusually Sunny Face


Title: Skin as hard as Stone



Title: Two Wheels and a Journey to Anywhere


Title: Catching Sunlight 


Title: Skin as hard as Stone II


That's all for today! I hope you liked them :3

Olivia's Question: Do you have any statues at home?

Olivia-Savannah x

38 comments:

  1. I love the photos! I don't have any statues at home, but there are a lot in my town..especially a few bronze ones at the library.

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    1. Thanks for being so supportive and commenting on all my posts :)

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  2. The title of the second picture made me laugh hahahah lovely snaps as always Olivia! the one I love the most is Two Wheels and a Journey to Anywhere. Sepia pictures are always my favourites <33
    And I don't have any statues at home, my father only likes flowers and plants so our garden is packed with them but no statues =)

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    1. I have wanted to try and work with more filters which was why I chose sepia for that one! The flowers and posts does sound wonderful too though.

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  3. Lovin' your pics! I think An Unusually Sunny Face has been out in the sun just a little too long. lol! :)
    @dino0726 from 
    FictionZeal - Impartial, Straightforward Fiction Book Reviews

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    1. A touch of sunburn, don't you think? ;)

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  4. These are great photos, Olivia. And perfect titles too.

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  5. I love the skeleton! Is that in your home? O.o I think 2 Wheels is my favorite

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    1. Oh, the skeleton is not in my home! It's actually in a primary school :P To help with teaching the body! I love my trusty bike ^.^

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  6. Wow, these are all amazing! You have a real talent :) I especially love both the Skin as Hard as Stone photos :)

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    1. I am so glad to know you love them! That's our statue called Mickey ;)

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  7. You take great photos Olivia! I can't figure out what that 'Skin As Hard As Stone' photo reminds me of.

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  8. These are lovely! I especially liked the computer shot; it felt very much at home for me. :) However, that gussied-up skeleton is a close second favorite; who says the dead can't be fabulous, too? Thanks for sharing these lovely pictures!

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    1. I am sure a lot of people can relate to their desks feeling that way.

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  9. How fun! I think I like the first Skin as Hard as Stone best.

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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    1. A black and white photo! I don't do them too often, so I am happy you like this one.

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  10. Ohhhh these pics are so refreshing to look at! Especially the one titled "Two wheels and a journey to anywhere." You're super talented girl! Keep up the good work! <3 I've been feeling kinda uninspired lately too so I hope we both get out of this funk soon!

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    1. That seems to be a common favourite! I wasn't sure that was going to be a good one at all. I hope the inspiration and muse blesses you as well soon.

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  11. Your titles for these are really thought-provoking. And I hope posting these gave you some impetus to continue on with your challenge!
    I definitely love the skeleton imagery. If I had a skeleton like that, it would endlessly be dressed in all it's finery. xx

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    1. I think the title of a photograph or art piece can tell a lot about it, which is why i carefully choose them! I hope it does break me out of this slump :/ Now we know if the skeleton was ever in your house, you would take good care of it ;)

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  12. Beautiful shots. We don't have any statues at home.

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  13. Unfortunately I don't have any stone statues but I do like the photos you took of them. And of the bicycle and the keyboard (it speaks to me ��).

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    1. I hope it inspires you! I have found my inspiration again as well :3

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  14. Love these photos! I have one kind of statue that my grandmother painted a long time ago, it is of the Marx Brothers, which I am a big fan of them. Thanks so much for sharing these with us!

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    1. It's pretty cool that she painted them for you! You must really love it if your a fan ;)

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  15. I really like the first statue picture a lot! There aren't many statues (read that as no statue) in my house cause I live in a tiny flat.

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    1. Ah that would be an understandable reason why you wouldn't have one!

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  16. Such great pics Olivia, I don't have much in the way of statues where I live, I wish I did but then being a Doctor Who fan they would probably freak me out!!

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    1. Oh no - we wouldn't want a weeping angel to crop up!

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  17. I'm going to keep repeating how talented you are. These pictures have turned out great! Skin as hard as stone is my favorite. And that skeleton <3 (please tell me why you have one at home?)
    I don't have any statues at home, but they have this frozen sad beauty about them. I love ancient sculptures though.

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    1. You're way too sweet, Manisha <3 I am glad you like them! And don't worry - the skeleton isn't at home but at the primary school. I was just having fun and snapping a picture while I have the chance. Oh wow, that's such a beautiful way to describe statues as well ^.^

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