Dead Blogging ‘Horace and Agnes’ at the Griffin Museum

Well the Missus and I trundled out to Winchester yesterday to catch Horace and Agnes: A Love Story at the Griffin Museum of Photography and, say, it was swell.

Because Horace and Agnes were there!

 

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The happy couple are a collaboration of photographer Asia Kepka and writer Lynn Dowling.

And they’re a hoot.

From the Griffin Museum website:

It was a hot summer day when Horace and Agnes: A Love Story came to life. A casual meeting with friends, an accordion, a red 071413-Accordion-drft-prnt-420x280couch, a squirrel and a horse mask spurred on a photo shoot. The resulting narrative has blossomed into over 100 photographs of Horace and Agnes Groomsby and their friends accompanied by text . . .

“Horace and Agnes met through random circumstance and their love for each other is literally blind,” says Asia Kepka. “They exemplify a fairy tale of what it would be like to fall in love with the right person…just because.”

You really should go see it (through December 14).

Just because.

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