Why is it as we grow up we're expected to lose our imaginations and individuality so we can conform to conventional ideals? Why do the traits of creativity and artistic inclinations tend to be pushed aside and decrease in value, viewed as something suitable for children? Perhaps it's my subtle rebellion against corporate culture, but when I escape into the world of blogs I seek out the fanciful, the unconventional, the bloggers who haven't quite retired their whimsy to a forgotten corner.
Karin's Wunderlust is a world of it's own; a modern day rabbit hole in which to tumble down. Things of the past and things of the present collide, much like her style, which is a dichotomy of romantic elements and their darker counterparts.
Her photographs are a form of art, one of the many reasons I have print outs of fall photography classes sitting on my desk right now. Karin is able to capture a feeling, a mood, an emotion all with the click of a shutter. It's modern day magic.