Photo: Kirsty Mitchell
After her mother passed away, British photographer Kirsty Mitchell started a brief summer project that evolved into Wonderland, a three-year-long photo series in honor of her memory.
Take a look at the gorgeous collection at Kirsty's website: Link [auto-starting sound] - via Daily Mail
It was started in memory of my mother Maureen who died 7 months before in November 2008, and has since become a turning point in my approach to photography and consequently my entire life.
My mother was an English teacher and spent over thirty years inspiring generations of children with her stories and plays. She was rarely seen without her head in a book, or writing in her own vast diaries, which she had kept since I was young. She was lost to a brain tumour that left her too ill to be brought home to England from the small French village where she and my father had retired. Instead of a funeral full of her ex pupils, we had to make do with a tiny family gathering which left me heart broken, and needing to do something that would never let her be forgotten.