My name is Nicole, I like to post pretty and cute things and sometimes silly things.
Abandoned Amusement Park in New Orleans
Colorful posts are excused if it has pictures of abandoned places.
Freshly Picked Strawberries Jumperskirt (Pink)
Freshly Picked Strawberries Blouse (White x Pink)
Elegant Maiden Pearl Wire Headband (Mint)
Satin Ribbon Barrette (Red)
Freshly Picked Strawberries Necklace (Red x Red)
Freshly Picked Strawberries Wrist Cuffs (Pink)
Lady Oshama Boston Bag (Pink x White)
Whip Show Case Over Knee Socks (Mint)
Tea Party Shoes (Cassis)
Coordination from AP Utsunomiya blog. Image slightly edited by me [lovemilktea].
Strawberries make me dream of warm, lazy summer days~
so sad they didnt have this series at acen ;_;
50 lil pixel foods (there should be a part 2 forthcoming EVENTUALLY)
does anyone have any suggestions for other foods to attempt?
I just cried a tear of joy. This is so cuuuuuute.
This is a repost from Michael Krieger’s LibertyBlitzkrieg.com:
Plane tickets to Orlando? Check. Sunscreen? Check. Dad’s cholesterol medicine? Check. A disabled person to help the family cut the lines at all the rides at Disney World? Checkmate.
After all, how pathetically…
This is so mind-bogglingly awful. Like, I kind of just want to dump any desire I ever have to help others into the trash bin. People this horrible are not worthy enough to eat Mickey ice cream bars or ride the teacups >:[
(I don’t believe it’s showing up because of the cut… but it’s an article about families who hire a disabled person to pose as a family member so they don’t have to wait in line at Disney World.)
This is the final selection of images for my graduating portfolio of still lives called “Sugar High”, which was inspired by a pre-teen sleepover gone wrong, mixed with this quote by Wolfgang Tillmans : ”As soon as you represent something, it’s always a mediated, invented situation. What is genuine, though, is the desire for authenticity. So, absurdly enough, that’s something that actually is authentic about this moment. Personally speaking, I feel somewhat post-authentic.” As always I tried to explore certain aspects of femininity through these photographs, focusing this time mainly on girlhood, grooming and puberty/rites of passage.I have to say it took me a while to get comfortable with shooting objects in the studio - obviously I had done it before many times for school but when it comes to personal work, I am used to working mostly with people & natural light, so this was a completely new approach for me… I got frustrated a first because I’m a total perfectionist when it comes to color and composition, and I couldn’t make the objects look exactly the way I wanted them to, so in the end I decided to just let them speak for themselves. I have to say I am pretty happy with the results.A selection of limited edition large photo prints of these images will be available on my etsy store over the next few days/weeks.(you can view these larger via my blogspot)