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Wanna Go Upstairs And Play Photograph - Wanna Go Upstairs And Play by JC Findley

Wanna Go Upstairs And Play is a photograph by JC Findley which was uploaded on April 27th, 2012.

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Wow! Wonderful..

JC Findley replied:

Thanks Nandika

Thank you all for the kind words...

dun dun dunnnn

Lol! Love this!

Great work !

BIG fun!!!!! Great photography ... great light and detail!!!!!!!! Wonderfully creepy staircase, too!!!!! Love it!!!!! f/v

JC these doll images are great! I'm a big fan of creepy dolls. I think this one is my favorite of the series the way her hair is so wild; she is just beautiful!

Whoa! Things are getting a little spooky around here! f/v

JC Findley replied:

Thanks Don, I found my model "Red" passed out face down in an abandoned farmhouse. She is working on making a comeback to her modeling days.....

haha I love it! Twisted :) Some creative ideas/results with these doll images JC. Well done F/V

JC Findley replied:

Thanks Luke.... :o)

Like your new series, JC ! Very creative and unique!

JC Findley replied:

Thanks Mel.... You can only shoot so many deserted farmhouses before the "residents" start talking to you and wanting portraits done.... :o)

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