Saturday, July 31, 2010

In Case You Were Wondering...

Man, I'd love to get a hold of one of these old backdrops. They'd be great for photo shoots. Speaking of photo shoots did you know there's an old abandoned Air Force Base in Rantoul, IL? Damn, I need to hit that up next time I'm back home. My friend George went, you can try looking at pics from there here I just don't know if his FB is set to private or not?

I changed my blogger domain to I don't know if it has unlinked me from the sites that have me linked? I had to re-add all my links so if I have forgotten you let me know and I will link you again. I'm pretty sure I've relinked all the ones I had before. The site is acting a bit wonky so hopefully it will clear itself up. Thank you for checking out my site and for all my followers that's SO rad! Hopefully I'm able to entertain you as much as I entertain myself with this. I'm all over the place and in person I'm the same way-all over the place. So let's hangout and riot.


Last night it rained while we were at the bar. It down poured. We just sat there in our booth outside in the rain and took it all in. Wet from head to toe, green stained feet from my vintage 70s platforms. Glad that I had nude underwear on bcuz I had on a white dress, glad that it rained here in the desert. I never appreciated the rain until I moved here. Coming from a suburb of Chicago I saw plenty of rain. It would rain every weekend I had a camping trip planned or every time there was a rad street festival outside. I couldn't wait to get away from it, now I miss it.

I feel so old at the bars we used to frequent. But, It was nice to go out and meet new people and laugh. I missed you Jack Daniels. You get me into all kinds of trouble tho so we can't hangout very often. You've been a bad boy, esp when you steal my memories of what happens on some nights. It was nice to see you again tho, even if it was for just a few hours. I'm going to cap your ass! (get it? har har)

"So I try to say
Goodbye my friend
I'd like to leave you with something warm
But never have I been a blue calm sea
I have always been a storm"
this song -so fitting. I have always been a storm is the best line and fits me.

Friday, July 30, 2010


Hot Men.

Damn, I wish I was a part of this photo shoot... hot naked men..mmm...we need some hot naked men in Phoenix. Please feel free to apply. I'll be waiting.

Kate and Co.

Kate Moss and Delfine Balfort Paris Vogue 2001 Photos-Mario Testino Via MODELS blog

For J.

ahhhh... the Nation.


On The Rocks
Photographer: Karl Lagerfeld
Fashion Editor: George Cortina
Model: Natasha Poly
bad ass.
via Noir Facade


by Craig McDean


Motorcycles at Venice, Calif
Title: Motorcycle Date Created/Published: [1928 or 1929]


Rome, Georgia. September 1943.
Esther Bubley, photographer. "A sign at the Greyhound bus station."
Durham, North Carolina. November 1939.
Marion Post Wolcott, photographer.
Lancaster, Ohio. August 1938.
Ben Shahn, photographer
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. July 1939.
Russell Lee, photographer.
Birney, Montana. August 1941.
Marion Post Wolcott, photographer.
Pics via here.. I still can't believe people and how ugly they can be. Racism is a sick thing.


Garden adjacent to the dugout home of Jack Whinery, homesteader. Pie Town, New Mexico, September 1940. Reproduction from color slide. Photo by Russell Lee. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. via here This is the same site that had the rad old Vietnam photos I posted about a few days ago.


Thursday, July 29, 2010

Camel Toe.

I'd get this but the measurements = camel toe for me. It'd be great for a shorter classy lass. Somebody should buy it. Found on Ebay here

Erwin Blumenfeld.

"Erwin Blumenfeld (1897 – 1969) was a famous American photographer of German origin.

In the 1930s, he published collages mocking Adolf Hitler. In 1936, he emigrated to Paris. With the German occupation, he was interned in a concentration camp in 1940 because he was Jewish. In 1941, he could escape to the USA.

In the 1940s and 1950s he became famous for his fashion photography, working for Vogue and Harper's Bazaar, and also for artistic nude photography. In the 1960s, he worked on his autobiography which found no publisher because it was considered to be too ironic towards society, and was published only after his death." Wikipedia. Some photos were taken from here

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