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Burn The Witch Photography

I’m Moxie McMurder and I’m the woman behind Burn The Witch Photography.

I started playing around with photography a couple of years ago when I updated my smartphone but it’s when I got my Sony Xperia that my photography really took off!

share_lightEffect~5I chose the name Burn the Witch Photography after one of my favourite My Ruin tracks from the album The Horror of Beauty.

All my photography is based around nature.

DSC_4097~2I like my photography to try and capture the darker side of nature as well as the beauty of nature. Trees have such a special place in my heart and I’m not really sure why. I suppose because they have been here before I was born and will no doubt remain once I am gone.

10407641_1612058629024423_7405154925371728599_nAll my photographs are taken while I’m out walking my two dogs, Ripley and Newt.

19700101_010000_591973067There is no such thing as an ugly tree. Every gnarl, every broken branch is part of what makes each tree special and worthy of photography.

flowergreen treeYou can follow Burn The Witch Photography on Twitter : @BurnTWPhoto
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  1. victoria pettella

    05/18/2015 at 2:18 AM

    Bewildering beauty…each image carries a gorgeous-mystique and a sense of poetic-eternalness. I especially love the fourth, I want to curl up on that tree and sit. It is nice to meet a kindred who also loves the forest and nature so deeply and it translates so beautifully through your work! shine on
    Victoria

    • Moxie McMurder

      05/18/2015 at 12:17 PM

      Thank you so much for the lovely words Victoria!

  2. Honeysuckle

    05/15/2015 at 1:02 PM

    Love this Moxie! Stunning work. xx

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