You are my sunshine tattoo - Tattoowise
Spring Break in Ft. Lauderdale - March 2009.
Commission shoes. Hand painted. Was told to "go crazy", so I did.
Model: Madison MM 2160515 580EX II with 2' softbox camera left 580EX II with 2' softbox camera right Rf-602 wireless remote triggers
I made this for a Tattoo You! ATC swap I joined on Swap-Bot.
Oh yeah i dyed my hair red! looks slightly copperish here but it is a vibrant red :D took a few tries i looked ike raspberry ripple ice cream for a while... I got up this mornign and just started shooting, im quite happy with my morning hair! :D Happy New Year everyone.
[...]I never understood before. I never knew what love was for. My heart was broke my head was sore. What a feeling! Tied up in ancient history... Campo de trigo gentilmente invadido - com promessas uma próxima invasão em breve.
Sunlight falls through the coloured glass panel onto its maker. As you see, the staight lines from the panels of glass become curved and distorted as they are projected onto a curved surface. picasaweb.google.co.uk/camefix camefix-artglass.blogspot.com
safety first. bbq, beer & basketball. 2010.
Today was beautiful. Minus the stupid cold and my hair not turning purple like it was supposed to. :)
September 2009 Last Saturday mum and I spent the day in Fleetwood on the Fylde Coast in Lancashire. We decided to go there quite unplanned and by chance. We knew it was the Heritage Open Days but after checking what was open we couldn't find anything very appealing apart from the Old Lighthouse at Fleetwood. It was a sunny and warm day so even better to be beside the seaside. I hadn't been to Fleetwood for years but found it to be a great photographic opportunity, especially for people shots. We came across 2 weddings, both using the not usually open lighthouse as a perfect photo opportunity - well that and the good weather. The good weather also brought the older population out in great force, especially the scooter chair users. We visited the lighthouse, had an ice cream and took the Fleetwood to Knot End ferry across the estuary. The trip lasts 3 minutes and costs £1.50 eac