fun in the garage

my friend amy and i decided to do a photoshoot. she had all these vintage clothes and i had my mom’s fancy digital nikon (which i didn’t know how to use). we also had a garage, a white sheet (backdrop), a standing lamp (professional lighting), curlers (that we also didn’t know how to use), crappy makeup and our wits.

most of these came out pretty well actually. they have a kind of seventies glamour, farrah fawcett, amateur soft porn in the garage element to them, which was our EXACT aim. i’m glad we did it because that entire wardrobe was consequently stolen when amz moved to joburg for work.

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paris deux

fraction of the photos i took on my second visit to paris – it was fantastico!

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italian summer

it’s almost that time of year. lovely set over at osvaldo zoom‘s flickr

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61˚ 37′ 9” N

nich hance‘s photos are niiiice

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stomach ache

stomacheache’s photostream gives me the lol-ies

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be happy now

jenny’s prints at her etsy shop

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jordi gual

jordi gual’s photos at flickr

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dr. tobias

i watched 1/2 of watchmen last night. i would have enjoyed it more if it went something like this:

end.

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jack gets in the game

30rock

i watched 30 Rock episode season 2 ep 2: “Jack Gets in the game” again yesterday:

Liz: How come men can be heavy and be respected, like James Gandolfini or Fat Albert? It’s a double standard, and America needs to get over its body image madness.
Jack: Oh, come on. What are we, back in college, freshman year? Let’s go to the common room and talk about apartheid.


Devon: Here, why don’t you take some of my steak? I could never eat this much meat.
Jack: That’s not what I hear.


Dr. Leo Spaceman: Now Jenna, medically speaking, for your height your weight puts you in what we call the “disgusting range”.


Liz Lemon: You just can’t be a real woman in this country. God! It’s like those Dove commercials never happened!


Tracy Jordan: My home address is in the GPS under ‘Da Crib’ cos we live on Da Crib Avenue.


there’s also a blink and you’ll miss it scene showing the boxes for Liz’s unassembled home office furniture, with the swedish furniture company’s name on it: Blërg

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