One Year of Images from this area of Mendocino County, California
The question on her leg and the cash in the previous post creep me out.But it is cool how the paintings are suspended. Wish we had such a place with A/C nearby to visit in this week of degrees in the 90s.
I find the "clothing art" quite funny (in an ironic way). You certainly have a good eye for these kinds of things. :)
il a en effet un très dessin sur son pantalon. j'aime bienit has a very drawing on his trousers. I like
Reminds me of high school. I dont think I get the question though. Doesnt everyone have ice cream and pizza rolls in the freezer?
This reminds me of Junior High in a way also, but this seems to step it up a little. The comment you wrote to accompany the photo had me laughing out loud.
Street fashion reminded me that there was a strawberry farm nearby where we used to get strawberries or pick them. We had to carry them into the garage to pay for them.The last time we did I learned on a chest-type freezer and when my turn came I paid.Only later did we all learn the man I paid had killed his wife and froze her in that freezer (which we were there she was in it) and later dumped her frozen body in Kentucky. He is in prison now. They were young and I don't think he will ever live long enough to get out.A new way for me Better Blog Writing
Well, if she asks me that question. I might be say "bunch of rolls of film". Cool shot.
... i always have bread and butter, and no matter what! i never go out of eggs!
Oh well I love jeans drawn and painted and I find this photo really interesting.I didn't suppose you love so much to listen to talk Italian. As I said as a reply to your comment, I'd be happy to drive you around... Talking in Italian of course ;-)
Dina - the art on her leg does seem to suggest a human equivalent to the meat we eat. That's how I took it, anyway.Halcyon - Thanks. When I asked her if I could photograph her pants, she told me it was the second time had asked this week!Olivier - Merci!Jim and Kelly - I was never brave enough to put my own art on my clothes when I was young. Makes me want to do something in that realm now... Glad you got a laugh!Abraham - Now that really is a creepy story! I think I'd pass out if I heard I was that close to a murderer!iBlowfish - Ah, you are of the "old school" of photo craftsmanship! It shows. I hope you find your mojo again, but don't worry to hard about it. perezvila - I'm glad you came to visit; I'm a bread, butter and eggs person too.Fabrizio - If I were going to attempt another language, I would want to learn Italian. I visited Venice and Florence in 1997, and loved the sound of the language, but I had Hungarian swirling in my head, and didn't have room in my brain for another language at the time. But the music of Italian speech was lovely. Someday, I'll visit Torino, I'm sure, and we can sip Barbaresco in one of the passages.
I won't wear that but I do appreciate the beauty of the design on her jeans.
Ming - Her bold self-expression is what I liked, whatever her intention. And her concept was like nothing I had seen before.
I admire her integrity!
I like it!!uma por dia
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