October 31, 2008 by Melissa Virag
Here are the photos taken by Annette Dragon in Mount Hope Cemetery. I just selected a few. They were all so beautiful, it was hard to choose. My favorites were the ones of the gown in motion, particularly from behind.
Posted in 1875 Semi-formal Housedress, Bustle, Finished Victorian Gowns, Victorian Costuming | Tagged Bustle, Gothic, Historical Costume Photos, Historical Costuming, Mount Hope Cemetery, reenactment, Victorian, Victorian Costume, Victorian Costume Photos, Victorian Costume Pictures, Victorian Costuming, Victorian Dress | 4 Comments
Wow, great work, Melissa! The photos show off your work very well. I really like the elbow-on-the-gate shot, as well as the two walking-up-the-hill shots. What’s next?
I really don’t know. But I can’t stop now.
She is like the wife of Szinyei Merse Pal.
I really like that gown!!
I like this style, this look.
I want your opinion on this dress:
it’s not a historical dress, but it’s styled to be sort of like victorian looking i think.
Don’t you think it’s beautiful?
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