The outfit pictured above is an interesting concoction of sporty (with the Nike top) and a bit more refined (with the wide leg high rise paints from Anthropologie). I topped it off with an American Apparel bow, a necklace I found on a thrifting venture, and some Urban Outfitters wedges. Since I paired opposites in my outfit, I thought it'd be fitting to have comparisons in the following photos.
If you are a Francophile, and you like French cinéma, bossa nova film scores, and race cars (in that order), then this is the movie for you (if not- well, you're probably better off looking elsewhere).
The main character spends a lot of time behind the wheel of a couple of Mustangs, in particular:
But also a Brabham Ford F3:
I know you won't mind Alfie if tonight I write this letter to someone else.
For many people today is just a Tuesday; a cold, wet, icy Tuesday in February. However for the many people who know you, today is much more; it's the day you came home. When I read on Facebook today that you had landed back in England, I breathed a sigh of relief that would have filled a balloon big enough to make Richard Branson green with envy.
What gets me so riled up? Even though I am, to put this lightly, going bat shit crazy 'cause I'm scared shitless, it's like I am addicted to this movie genre.
Is it because I like to picture myself in the movie and pretend I'd be way more Bad Ass than the main character and totally wouldn't be killed?
Maybe because I like to think of myself being vulnerable in these situations.
A Pennsylvania judge is expected to rule Monday on whether to ease restrictions in the house arrest of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky that would allow him visit with his grandchildren while he awaits trial on child sex abuse charges.
Sandusky has been under house arrest since December when he was charged with sexually abusing young boys over a 15-year period, allegations that led to the firing of the Nittany Lions heralded head football coach Joe Paterno only months before he died of complications from lung cancer.
Our winter landscape is brown this year because of our snow drought. And from a photographer's viewpoint (at least this photographer), brown is not the most photogenic of landscape colors, especially in winter. But my attention was caught this morning when I looked out our front window. A few years back we planted a small magnolia by the window. Because it's early February there's nothing special about this magnolia -- it's way too early for it to bloom, and it's only sticks and tips of branches right now.