Friday, April 30, 2010

the Netherlands, 1939

(This windmill was built in the early 1900s, and brought over from the Netherlands. It was used as a lookout in WWII, and the fans still have bullet holes.)

Last Wednesday, I was called up by a friend, asking if I could come out to a film set the next morning- they were looking for a dark-haired girl. I was told I would be riding a bicycle through tulip fields in 1930's garb. So my answer was an immediate yes.

It was my second on-set experience, and I loved it. Everyone was wonderful and took great care of me, especially considering the freezing cold morning. My god-sister Rose came with and took photos; it was an incredibly idyllic setting- Windmill Island, Holland. Such a lovely place.

Thanks again, 10 West Studios!

Have a dreamy day, dears!



(always)alanna said...

such gorgeous photos- they absolutely make me crave gorgeous weather

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Christy said...

That's so cool you got to be on set.
Lovely pictures too! I wish I were there.

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tess said...

just found your blog off of Delightfully Tacky's and I already love it. you have a great sense of vintage style and this post was a delight, what a cool opportunity! cannot wait to read more!

Taylor Sterling said...

what gorgeous pictures!