Savannah Kate Morgan is a Louisiana-based photographer who has an affinity for magical moments — so she uses her talents, skills, and princess passion to recreate iconic Disney scenes in real life.
“Since I was a little girl, I have been obsessed with fairytales and all things whimsical and magical," she revealed to Bored Panda. "I have always used photography as a way to document how I see the world."
Morgan said she was heavily influenced by stories like "Alice in Wonderland" and "The Little Mermaid" — namely, "anything that is ethereal, whimsical, and promotes dreaming as a form of distorted reality."
Check out some of her incredible recreations below:
Ariel and Eric of "The Little Mermaid" make an adorable couple IRL.
Morgan said her Disney-inspired portraits are custom created for her clients.
Dreamy scenes aren't just for fairy tales — they can happen in real life.
... Does this mean I can get Rapunzel's floating lanterns for my apartment?
Pocahontas is gorgeous on *and* off-screen.
* starts singing "Colors of The Wind" *
Leave it to Morgan to expertly recreate an animated scene featuring an owl wearing a red cloak.
"I use photography as a door, or a Rabbit Hole, to allow me passageway to a completely unmapped world and to design my dreams and my future," she told BoredPanda.
This real-life Aurora serves us some resting realness.
The human version of "Sleeping Beauty" couldn't be more gorgeous.
It turns out Never Never Land is an actual destination.
This "Peter Pan" is too cute.
When fairy tales meet reality...
For more Disney recreations, check out Morgan's photography blog.