1. Camera: Applied Graphics Technologies Digital Link

Shooting a test roll.

  1. Camera: Applied Graphics Technologies Digital Link

witchyhellbroth:

pinenolanapple:

it takes 237 muscles to fake an orgasm but 15 to say “it’s called a clitoris and it’s right here”

#don’t ever fake an orgasm let them know they disappointed you

(Source: warmbloodedkiller)

(Source: dinolyfe2k14)

grainy grainy grainy


this isn’t porn; don’t be a creep

  1. Camera: Nikon D90
  2. Aperture: f/5.6
  3. Exposure: 1/125th
  4. Focal Length: 18mm
newspacephotolibrary:

William Eggleston, For Now
Published in 2011, For Now is a collection of Eggleston’s formerly unreleased images chosen from about 35,000 scans (spanning four decades!), many of which are playfully unflattering portraits of his close friends and family. Curator Michael Almereyda “favored images with narrative implications, traces of a story that might exist, almost mockingly, just outside the picture frame.” There are a lot of images that seem to have been taken directly preceding or right after some sort of  decisive moment; Eggleston beckons our attention to those “ordinary” moments surrounding.
"I’ve never felt the need to enhance the world in my pictures, because the world is spectacular enough as it is."—Eggleston
newspacephotolibrary:

William Eggleston, For Now
Published in 2011, For Now is a collection of Eggleston’s formerly unreleased images chosen from about 35,000 scans (spanning four decades!), many of which are playfully unflattering portraits of his close friends and family. Curator Michael Almereyda “favored images with narrative implications, traces of a story that might exist, almost mockingly, just outside the picture frame.” There are a lot of images that seem to have been taken directly preceding or right after some sort of  decisive moment; Eggleston beckons our attention to those “ordinary” moments surrounding.
"I’ve never felt the need to enhance the world in my pictures, because the world is spectacular enough as it is."—Eggleston
newspacephotolibrary:

William Eggleston, For Now
Published in 2011, For Now is a collection of Eggleston’s formerly unreleased images chosen from about 35,000 scans (spanning four decades!), many of which are playfully unflattering portraits of his close friends and family. Curator Michael Almereyda “favored images with narrative implications, traces of a story that might exist, almost mockingly, just outside the picture frame.” There are a lot of images that seem to have been taken directly preceding or right after some sort of  decisive moment; Eggleston beckons our attention to those “ordinary” moments surrounding.
"I’ve never felt the need to enhance the world in my pictures, because the world is spectacular enough as it is."—Eggleston

newspacephotolibrary:

William Eggleston, For Now

Published in 2011, For Now is a collection of Eggleston’s formerly unreleased images chosen from about 35,000 scans (spanning four decades!), many of which are playfully unflattering portraits of his close friends and family. Curator Michael Almereyda “favored images with narrative implications, traces of a story that might exist, almost mockingly, just outside the picture frame.” There are a lot of images that seem to have been taken directly preceding or right after some sort of  decisive moment; Eggleston beckons our attention to those “ordinary” moments surrounding.

"I’ve never felt the need to enhance the world in my pictures, because the world is spectacular enough as it is."—Eggleston

damn fine day

nevver:

Born on this day, Herman Melville

"If I could just not, that’s what I’d do"

nevver:

Born on this day, Herman Melville

"If I could just not, that’s what I’d do"

inthethickofit:

Weekend Geometry
My weekends have been so busy lately (my life actually has been crazy!). I feel like I can’t really ever get caught up on all the things i have going on.  While out last night visiting the super cool Space Oddities shop and dropping off some new LastCraft candles and tarot decks for them,  I had an amazing tarot reading by Sarah Lorraine aka esoteriaofone. One of the biggest take-aways for me from the reading was that I need to CHILL.  So part of this weekend is me just taking some time for myself to refocus. What do you like to do to engage in self-care? I like to turn off my electronic devices, read, take baths (I’m obsessed with LUSH products) and just sit and think. I have a lot to think about with my 35th birthday in a week and my wedding in about a month!I’ve been very thankful for my Gwynnie Bee account lately as it provides me with lots of pretty clothes without me having to deal with finding the time for shopping.  This gorgeous geometric print dress is so much fun to wear on a summer day.  It’s a little on the short side, and I would wear leggings with it if I were out for the day. If you’re not a member of gwynnie bee yet - really I can’t recommend it more highly! It’s free the first month and they keep adding more and more unique brands. Feel free to use my link to join if you’ve been on the fence, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
OUTFIT DETAILSV-neck Kristen Miles Dress - Size 3x (this dress runs very small IMHO, check the size chart) via Gwynnie BeeBlack Wedges - Deena & Ozzy via Urban OutfittersEarrings - ThriftedNecklace - made by a friendQuartz Ring - Stone And HoneyGlasses - SEE Eyewear

That dress is perfect inthethickofit:

Weekend Geometry
My weekends have been so busy lately (my life actually has been crazy!). I feel like I can’t really ever get caught up on all the things i have going on.  While out last night visiting the super cool Space Oddities shop and dropping off some new LastCraft candles and tarot decks for them,  I had an amazing tarot reading by Sarah Lorraine aka esoteriaofone. One of the biggest take-aways for me from the reading was that I need to CHILL.  So part of this weekend is me just taking some time for myself to refocus. What do you like to do to engage in self-care? I like to turn off my electronic devices, read, take baths (I’m obsessed with LUSH products) and just sit and think. I have a lot to think about with my 35th birthday in a week and my wedding in about a month!I’ve been very thankful for my Gwynnie Bee account lately as it provides me with lots of pretty clothes without me having to deal with finding the time for shopping.  This gorgeous geometric print dress is so much fun to wear on a summer day.  It’s a little on the short side, and I would wear leggings with it if I were out for the day. If you’re not a member of gwynnie bee yet - really I can’t recommend it more highly! It’s free the first month and they keep adding more and more unique brands. Feel free to use my link to join if you’ve been on the fence, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
OUTFIT DETAILSV-neck Kristen Miles Dress - Size 3x (this dress runs very small IMHO, check the size chart) via Gwynnie BeeBlack Wedges - Deena & Ozzy via Urban OutfittersEarrings - ThriftedNecklace - made by a friendQuartz Ring - Stone And HoneyGlasses - SEE Eyewear

That dress is perfect inthethickofit:

Weekend Geometry
My weekends have been so busy lately (my life actually has been crazy!). I feel like I can’t really ever get caught up on all the things i have going on.  While out last night visiting the super cool Space Oddities shop and dropping off some new LastCraft candles and tarot decks for them,  I had an amazing tarot reading by Sarah Lorraine aka esoteriaofone. One of the biggest take-aways for me from the reading was that I need to CHILL.  So part of this weekend is me just taking some time for myself to refocus. What do you like to do to engage in self-care? I like to turn off my electronic devices, read, take baths (I’m obsessed with LUSH products) and just sit and think. I have a lot to think about with my 35th birthday in a week and my wedding in about a month!I’ve been very thankful for my Gwynnie Bee account lately as it provides me with lots of pretty clothes without me having to deal with finding the time for shopping.  This gorgeous geometric print dress is so much fun to wear on a summer day.  It’s a little on the short side, and I would wear leggings with it if I were out for the day. If you’re not a member of gwynnie bee yet - really I can’t recommend it more highly! It’s free the first month and they keep adding more and more unique brands. Feel free to use my link to join if you’ve been on the fence, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
OUTFIT DETAILSV-neck Kristen Miles Dress - Size 3x (this dress runs very small IMHO, check the size chart) via Gwynnie BeeBlack Wedges - Deena & Ozzy via Urban OutfittersEarrings - ThriftedNecklace - made by a friendQuartz Ring - Stone And HoneyGlasses - SEE Eyewear

That dress is perfect inthethickofit:

Weekend Geometry
My weekends have been so busy lately (my life actually has been crazy!). I feel like I can’t really ever get caught up on all the things i have going on.  While out last night visiting the super cool Space Oddities shop and dropping off some new LastCraft candles and tarot decks for them,  I had an amazing tarot reading by Sarah Lorraine aka esoteriaofone. One of the biggest take-aways for me from the reading was that I need to CHILL.  So part of this weekend is me just taking some time for myself to refocus. What do you like to do to engage in self-care? I like to turn off my electronic devices, read, take baths (I’m obsessed with LUSH products) and just sit and think. I have a lot to think about with my 35th birthday in a week and my wedding in about a month!I’ve been very thankful for my Gwynnie Bee account lately as it provides me with lots of pretty clothes without me having to deal with finding the time for shopping.  This gorgeous geometric print dress is so much fun to wear on a summer day.  It’s a little on the short side, and I would wear leggings with it if I were out for the day. If you’re not a member of gwynnie bee yet - really I can’t recommend it more highly! It’s free the first month and they keep adding more and more unique brands. Feel free to use my link to join if you’ve been on the fence, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
OUTFIT DETAILSV-neck Kristen Miles Dress - Size 3x (this dress runs very small IMHO, check the size chart) via Gwynnie BeeBlack Wedges - Deena & Ozzy via Urban OutfittersEarrings - ThriftedNecklace - made by a friendQuartz Ring - Stone And HoneyGlasses - SEE Eyewear

That dress is perfect inthethickofit:

Weekend Geometry
My weekends have been so busy lately (my life actually has been crazy!). I feel like I can’t really ever get caught up on all the things i have going on.  While out last night visiting the super cool Space Oddities shop and dropping off some new LastCraft candles and tarot decks for them,  I had an amazing tarot reading by Sarah Lorraine aka esoteriaofone. One of the biggest take-aways for me from the reading was that I need to CHILL.  So part of this weekend is me just taking some time for myself to refocus. What do you like to do to engage in self-care? I like to turn off my electronic devices, read, take baths (I’m obsessed with LUSH products) and just sit and think. I have a lot to think about with my 35th birthday in a week and my wedding in about a month!I’ve been very thankful for my Gwynnie Bee account lately as it provides me with lots of pretty clothes without me having to deal with finding the time for shopping.  This gorgeous geometric print dress is so much fun to wear on a summer day.  It’s a little on the short side, and I would wear leggings with it if I were out for the day. If you’re not a member of gwynnie bee yet - really I can’t recommend it more highly! It’s free the first month and they keep adding more and more unique brands. Feel free to use my link to join if you’ve been on the fence, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
OUTFIT DETAILSV-neck Kristen Miles Dress - Size 3x (this dress runs very small IMHO, check the size chart) via Gwynnie BeeBlack Wedges - Deena & Ozzy via Urban OutfittersEarrings - ThriftedNecklace - made by a friendQuartz Ring - Stone And HoneyGlasses - SEE Eyewear

That dress is perfect

inthethickofit:

Weekend Geometry

My weekends have been so busy lately (my life actually has been crazy!). I feel like I can’t really ever get caught up on all the things i have going on.  

While out last night visiting the super cool Space Oddities shop and dropping off some new LastCraft candles and tarot decks for them,  I had an amazing tarot reading by Sarah Lorraine aka esoteriaofone. One of the biggest take-aways for me from the reading was that I need to CHILL.  So part of this weekend is me just taking some time for myself to refocus.

What do you like to do to engage in self-care? I like to turn off my electronic devices, read, take baths (I’m obsessed with LUSH products) and just sit and think. I have a lot to think about with my 35th birthday in a week and my wedding in about a month!

I’ve been very thankful for my Gwynnie Bee account lately as it provides me with lots of pretty clothes without me having to deal with finding the time for shopping.  This gorgeous geometric print dress is so much fun to wear on a summer day.  It’s a little on the short side, and I would wear leggings with it if I were out for the day. If you’re not a member of gwynnie bee yet - really I can’t recommend it more highly! It’s free the first month and they keep adding more and more unique brands. Feel free to use my link to join if you’ve been on the fence, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

OUTFIT DETAILS
V-neck Kristen Miles Dress - Size 3x (this dress runs very small IMHO, check the size chart) via Gwynnie Bee
Black Wedges - Deena & Ozzy via Urban Outfitters
Earrings - Thrifted
Necklace - made by a friend
Quartz Ring - Stone And Honey
Glasses - SEE Eyewear

That dress is perfect