Torso - Tattoowise
Set de fotografías de desnudo, creando ambiente y mundo solo con la mirada y la piel... gracias a la modelo por su maravillosa ayuda.
It was almost "HOT" today - it reached above 78 deg. F. Unheard of in December - I had a sweater on and started sweating in the backyard so I took it off - it was still a nice temperature - I can stand for this weather to stay all winter (but it is supposed to start cooling off tomorrow and keep dropping for a few days). I Love the way Link will stand when I pick him up.
Bellydancer Zoe Jakes on stage with Beats Antique at the Bad Faeries Ball, Eugene, OR. January 30, 2010.
Photo by Libby Bulloff.
But I love food and booze. What am I to do? Don't say 'diet' or 'drink in moderation' or i will EAT YOU!
shot using timer
Three random tattoo ideas
By Dan Kubin at Nowhere Fast Tattoo. 1212 Woods Chapel rd. Blue Springs Mo (816)224-4300 www.nowherefasttattoos.com
The Karrayyu are a pastoralist tribe from Ethiopia living in the Awash Valley, around the volcano of Mount Fentale and the Metehara Plain. They belong to the larger ethnic group of the Oromos, who represent the majority (32%) of the ethiopian population. It is said the Karrayyu arrived in the area 200 hundreds years ago, during the so called « great expansion », of the Oromo, during which Oromo settled in different parts of Ethiopia,. This led to cultural diversification. In spite of local differences between those subgroups, they share the same Cushistic language (Afaan Oromo) religion (Waaqeffata) and governance system (Gada). The Karrayyu are one of the last Oromo ethnic subgroups to follow these rules and to preserve the original Oromo lifestyle and culture, and its pastoralist way of life. There are only 10 000 to 55 000 Karrayyus (because of their nomadic lifestyle it is difficult to have precise figures) whereas they used to be 200 000 at the beginning of the 20th centur