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Fawn DeViney

you know those beautifully curated tumblrs that have thousands of photographs but you just never ever know where they are from, who took them or… well, any context at all? i discovered the work of photographer Fawn DeViney this way, after seeing one of her pictures and going down a rabbit hole of google image searching to find the real source (i swear tumblr is the bane of my internet existence sometimes!) and luckily I FOUND HER. and then went down another proverbial rabbit hole looking at her lovely photographs.

Fawn DeViney splits her time in Boston & Phoenix. She is equally inspired by the neutral pallete of the Atlantic ocean & the striking sunsets of the Southwest. If she wasn’t a photographer she would be a baker or florist… living in Paris.

she herself has a great tumblr, too. all images by Fawn DeViney.

edit: it seems i myself have a rabbit hole for a brain, because i actually featured Fawn’s work last year when i blogged about the VSCO grid. but, i haven’t seen all these beautiful pictures before – so definitely deserving of her own post!

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  1. And I just fell in love with the dress on the first picture. Do you know by any chance where that comes from?

  2. I came across this post because I’m a daily reader – needless to say I’m incredibly humbled & honored. Thank you for your sweet words & sharing my photos. It means the world! But, the dress from the first photo is from the website Covet + Lou . Tina, the curator of the shop has an incredible mix of vintage & amazing designers like Ace & Jig. THANK YOU, AGAIN!

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