Cream cheese frosting spiced with beautiful foreign resins like dragon’s blood, myrrh, olibanum, amber, and boswellia sacra.
Harry Whittier Frees was a photographer in the early 20th century who dressed up and posed animals for themed photography. Apparently, he did so using no sedation and just loads of patience! He created many story lines with his work and really only became famous after he committed suicide in 1953 while he was suffering from cancer. His work shares both tenderness in the subject matter and sadness in the expressions of the animals. (Although I suspect, chances are the animals were just bored to pieces.) I came across Mr. Frees work when researching vintage images of cats and immediately was inspired to create a line of perfumes from some of his pictures.