15 Melancholy Portraits of Women by Caryn Drexl

Self-taught photographer Caryn Drexl has a unique approach to taking female portraits. Rather than simply highlighting female charm or beauty, she adds abstract elements and melancholy ideas, ultimately creating thought-provoking artworks. Her style is like the photographic version of Edgar Allan Poe, with its imaginative details and vague sense of discomfort.

To see more of Caryn’s photography, visit her website or Etsy shop.

You Don't Sing To Me Anymore

You Don’t Sing To Me Anymore

One Day I Slowly Floated Away

One Day I Slowly Floated Away

Giant Tears For Giant Feelings

Giant Tears For Giant Feelings

A Penciled In World

A Penciled In World

Her Very Own Sea

Her Very Own Sea

The Memory Collector - A Walk Down Memory Lane

The Memory Collector – A Walk Down Memory Lane

Break On Through

Break On Through

I Am Who They Paint Me To Be

I Am Who They Paint Me To Be

NoseDive

NoseDive

Modern Oddity

Modern Oddity

Remains of the day

Remains of the day

Living In Dreams

Living In Dreams

Behind The Veil

Behind The Veil

The Nymph Emerging

The Nymph Emerging

Conjuring

Conjuring

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  1. David Boer-LeRoux

    Enthrallingly beautiful collection of styles.

  2. Poeetree

    Exquisite vision beautifully translated and expressed.

  3. Raissa Verblenden

    this is really a remarkable work!

  4. freya

    awesome idea!!!

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