Whirl up, sea—
whirl your pointed pines,
splash your great pines
on our rocks,
hurl your green over us,
cover us with your pools of fir.


The Oreiades (Oreads) are the nymphs of mountains and grottoes (the most well known is Echo), who were said to come out in joyful, lively groups to hunt deer, chase wild boar and bring down birds of prey with their arrows. At Diana’s signal, they would come running to join her, forming a dazzling retinue behind her.


Model | Page Cirillo | Makeup Assistant | Lucia Grande

Digital | Photographed with Canon 5DS

Paul C. Buff Digibees | 7′ Impact Parabolic Umbrella | Paul C. Buff Octabank

Gallery images by Amanda Tipton Photography | FB- Amanda Tipton-Photographer | IG – @amandatiptonphotography


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