Wednesday, March 31, 2010


Sinking Deep

Without music, life would be an error.

'Music and rhythm find their way into the secret places of the soul'

Shot of the Day

Strive to Be

I Hear Ya

'Los Angeles seemed to run on “hustle” mode. Everyone was great at hustling. The key to hustling lies in having something to sell, usually a talent or ability. But, being 21,
I was unsure of my abilities. And rightly so. I wasn’t very good at anything and therefore was not able to convince anyone that they needed me' -Molly

I encountered this problem on set yesterday.
As someone who is almost three in twenty, I need to get my story straight.

Fake It Till You Make It.

So Jealous

Where I still am instead of working.

Currently, my brothers eye view in Jamaica.

Bright Eyes

via bigbrighteyes

always an adventure.

Ex-squeeze me? Baking powder?

(via hospitalbed)

Wednesday Mood

oceanfragrances:  (via Carles Rodrigo)(via orientaltiger)

Tuesday, March 30, 2010


To show for a day shoot with Jerry Lewis:
book, keychain, a ton of leftover fruit (craft service)
and a little money.
Now, I'm kicking up my heals with a glass of wine and ready to get

Friday, March 26, 2010

Needle on the Record

the3rd:hennypotter:(via fencehopping)

happy friday, folks.


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We once had a beautifully mature Purple Lily Magnolia.
As a child, this tree would signify the span of time.
I remember the blooming and shedding process being as rapid to a time-lapse.

It's sightly shape springs vivid sensory memories...
The crunch of fallen furry buds under my feet.
Fresh spring rains.
Slippery fallen peddles, leaving stains on the walkway.
Her entwined bark, and one failing limb that my father tied up.

She's holding her breath in the Mid-west,
Ready to give the most magnificently brief show.

We'll always wait patiently, dear Magnolia.
you hold a prominent place in my past.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Party of One

Vino and Seinfeld, I'm content.

Thank you for the Mark West, Canada.

Go Free.

Hana Haley

Let Go.


my-ear-trumpet:sokkinskip: Julia Margaret Cameron photography.  I’ve been pretty interested in the Pre-Raphaelites and Art Noveau  lately. Although I feel that Art Noveau often has just a little  something missing and that Alphonse Mucha was by far the best artist of  that movement.

Photo By: Julia Margaret Cameron.
So Brilliant.


Underwater Adventure


Run Around Lu

i'm all over the place.

What We Save, Saves Us

hewn:  (via knitting iris)


Secret Garden by ALYSSA//NOCHES

"I myself did not want to sleep because I had been living for a long time with the knowledge that if I ever shut my eyes in the dark and let myself go, my soul would go out of my body."


obscureandoffbeatcinema:  L’hirondelle et la mésange (André Antoine, 1920)


Jennifer Causey

I'm a morning person.
Well, rather a homebody morning person.
I'll wake to watch the sunrise,
make coffee, write, read the news, toss a few emails, eat some breakie; easily before 9am.
Productivity drastically changes when I'm given a
'time constrain'
I fumble around, drag my feet, push the clock.
It's crippling.
Even if I allot myself plenty of time before heading to work,
I still get anxious and bitter about
these 'Time Constraints'

I have a good feeling that this will completely change the day I truly enjoy my work.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Villa of Poppaea

It's where I want to Be.


Instant Stranger Crush

Went to the Home Depot with my Brother this morning and while I was perusing
the Cactus' I encountered a fine looking man.
An Instant Crush.
I pointed him out to my brother...
his response:
"you would go after a hippie"

A gal can fantasize right?



The Sun gives day, roosters are calling...
Shuffling into the kitchen, I open the window and put on the coffee.
The morning becomes eclectic with
Spanish murmurs, a crackling brew, fluttering plumes, and potent Jasmine.

Little Moments

An image from  the Florida Photographic Collection


Glorious Greeting

'In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.'

Inspiration Station

coffee.portland, oregon.autumn 2009.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Monday, March 22, 2010

Only You

Bruce Davidson

Write to Me

'Life is a spell so exquisite, that everything conspires to break it.'

Like a Haze

First photograph of a human, ‘Boulevard du Temple’, Paris, 1838. Boulevard du Temple, taken by Louis  Daguerre in late 1838,  was the first-ever photograph of a person. It is an image of a busy  street, but because exposure time was over ten minutes, the city traffic  was moving too much to appear. The exception is a man in the bottom  left corner, who stood still getting his boots polished long enough to  show up in the picture. (via Smashing Lists)

‘Boulevard du Temple’, Paris, 1838