Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Deer Beds

I'm borderline obsessed with these photographs of what are called 'deer beds' by Brooklyn-based photographer Katherine Wolkoff and can't stop staring at them. Here's the story
behind them: Katherine took a walk through meadows near her mum's house on Block Island where there are lots of deer. She followed the paths the deer made and found their beds. "It was a very poetic experience," she said. "I felt as if the beds were still warm – that the living, breathing animal had just departed."


  1. Have coveted one of her photographs a while now. Great to see them here :-) Xx

    1. Thanks so much. They're so beautiful, aren't they? I'm off to NY to Friday so hoping to take a peek at the real thing. :-)