Tara Minshull Cinematic Worlds Photography

Self taught Photographer and life-long Cinephile creating still worlds that exist in the space between photography and film.
Looking Down the Rabbit Hole

This composition was inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland but more specifically, by a personal loss.

The separation of two people can be difficult, and oftentimes out of our control. The loss I refer to is the metaphysical kind. A disconnect. When one loses oneself in the dark. Falls down a rabbit hole, while their loved ones watch from above.

Sometimes the dark seems rather magical, intriguing and spiritual. And oftentimes it can be. The intrigue for us all is constant and challenging. 

This Cinegraph tells the story of the girl who looks hypnotically into the glowing depths of the Rabbit Hole, unsure whether or not to fall in…what would you do?

Looking Down the Rabbit Hole

This composition was inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland but more specifically, by a personal loss.

The separation of two people can be difficult, and oftentimes out of our control. The loss I refer to is the metaphysical kind. A disconnect. When one loses oneself in the dark. Falls down a rabbit hole, while their loved ones watch from above.

Sometimes the dark seems rather magical, intriguing and spiritual. And oftentimes it can be. The intrigue for us all is constant and challenging.

This Cinegraph tells the story of the girl who looks hypnotically into the glowing depths of the Rabbit Hole, unsure whether or not to fall in…what would you do?

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