Tanyth Berkeley’s photographs celebrate the beautiful and rare in their depictions of a cross-section of individuals. Representing the collective desires, struggles and physical manifestations of transgender women, street performers, albinos, nude models, and other standouts from the mainstream.
When he says it I don’t believe him anymore.
And never again.
Do not call me beautiful, it means nothing to me.
Julia Margaret Cameron; male faces
Iago, Study from an Italian, 1867
Alfred Lord Tennyson and His Sons Hallam and Lionel, 1862
King Arthur, 1874
Ewan Wrottesley Hay Cameron, 1864
The Astronomer, 1867
Lionel Tennyson, 1864
Julia Margaret Cameron; female faces
Ophelia, Study No. 2, 1850
The Mountain Nymph, Sweet Liberty, 1866
Study after the manner of Perugino, 1865
Alice Liddell as St Agnes, 1872
The Rosebud Garden of Girls, 1868
I love the rain. I have the rainymood track on my ipod. It’s calming and relieves my stress & anxiety. I never thought looking at .gifs of rain would give me the same sensation as hearing it. So I thought because this did it I’d share it with anyone who’s been feeling a little tense lately. Hopefully it has the same effect on you as it does me.