1. Camera: Applied Graphics Technologies Digital Link

magical-sticker:

SOLID GOLD CLIT

  1. Camera: Applied Graphics Technologies Digital Link
  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