Thursday, July 30, 2009
I have recently become interested in dramatic lighting techniques and high contrast which are what he showcases in many of his photographs:
The images almost begin to look like their own works of art as a whole rather than documentation of a scene (which is what I usually leaned towards in my work).
Monday, July 20, 2009
First, the disasterous smoothies.
It decided to spill out from under the blender, so my friend and I had a good laugh about that. And we had to rush and clean it up before my mother came home. :P
Second, silly dancing on the roof.
This peach was crunchy. Eating it made the loudest noise in the whole park.
PS, I definately love this dress:
Thursday, July 9, 2009
My alligator purse. It's not made of alligator, but it has a gold alligator on it. :) A lot of people seem to notice/like this bag. Perhaps this purse is surpassing my old dinosaur lunch box in iconic images associated with me.
July 4th. I was happy because I think these new shoes nearly matched the navy in my dress! I mean, it's close enough. And I'm now obsessed with navy and white!
My new jacket I bought at a flea market. I love it very much so don't say anything bad about it. :(
From the Academy of Sciences!
An albino alligator...
...and a silly turtle.
Then I went home this day!
PS The shirt is navy and white.
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
About a year ago, when my obsession with I Love Lucy was in full swing, I decided to search YouTube for movies Lucille Ball was in. I came upon this trailer. At the time, I barely knew any of these people in it, but I remember thinking 'maybe I should branch out and start watching some old movies. These people look interesting.' By summer I was taking tap because of these two. I like to reflect what has happened for me over the past year. Discovering old films was one of the greatest things to happen in my life; it added a small piece to my personality that I am proud of. Finally I had found something that can make me forget about the overtly crude content in films today. With the old films I can experience movie-making in its glowing yet somehow humble past as opposed to its aloof and cliched manner now.