Creative Portraits of Beautiful Women by Cara-lee Gevers

South African photographer Cara-Lee Gevers discovered her passion for photography at age 21, while living in a small town. With enough imagination, she was able to develop her skills and now runs a vibrant freelance business. She’s resourceful and usually builds her own sets, such as this giant bird nest, sometimes taking up to a month to finish them. Her style is romantic and fanciful, making her models seem like characters from myths or fairy tales, beautiful and mysterious.

To see more of Cara-lee’s photography, visit her website, blog or facebook page.

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

cara-lee gevers creative portrait

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  1. lee Harth

    Enjoyed ! My Favorite was the bird nest with the mirror!

  2. rio

    Great work

  3. rKBHANDARI

    good photo &nice compositions.congds.

  4. gopal shroti

    some of Cara’s work is stunning…..Everybody and anywhere female modelling is being done….To stand firmly with extraordinary work is necessary…and Cara knows the tricks.

  5. G.REVATHI

    Enjoyed ! My Favorite was the bird nest with the mirror! its wonderful.

  6. Robyn Graham

    So creative and beautiful. Some even breath taking.

  7. Subject Matter Art

    Amazing job! very creative and so feminine!

  8. Bryan

    I know this is going to sound funny coming from a guy, but I really like photos of beautiful woman that don’t have to rely on undue sexualization. It’s time for more mainstream photography to get back to what truly makes women attractive to men. Art is art, and these were very tastefully done. Thank you!

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