Eyes to the stage pilgrim...

Didn’t get the job at next, destined to be stuck in a kitchen forever

kolorblind:

(by kolorblind.net)
my-ear-trumpet:

They see me strollin’

my-ear-trumpet:

They see me strollin’

teerwayde:

sandwichesarebeautiful:

teerwayde:

Outfit - Pinup Girl Clothing

Photographer - Miles Away 

Full blog review here 

The problem I have here is that her face doesn’t fit her body. She has so much make up on that it looks like it belongs on someone else. I think she should have kept her freckles. Freckles are cute.

Ha ha ha! Actually I don’t have that much makeup on but the colour tones have been changed in this image so it looks like I’m a little more tanned than my usual pale white. I never hide my freckles but it’s not my choice re. editing or hue tones, it’s the photographers. I tend to think my head suits my body rather well! Cheers for the critique though. 

retrogirly:

Misty Ayers

retrogirly:

Misty Ayers

aewgliriel:

brokenponycutiemark:

hideback:

Abandoned.

…Near the village of Braachaat, outside Antwerp, Belgium. The last photo shows a grotto-like cave under the mansion that may have been used as a bar in the past.

Sexy swimwear lol trying to get fit so back to swimming

Sexy swimwear lol trying to get fit so back to swimming

fashionsfromhistory:

Child’s Dress
1820s
United Kingdom

fashionsfromhistory:

Child’s Dress

1820s

United Kingdom

rockpilemuseum:

July, 1928
Pigs found roaming the George Ward place after a tornado touched down in the Gillette area, causing damage to homes and ranches.
*Photographer Unknown

rockpilemuseum:

July, 1928

Pigs found roaming the George Ward place after a tornado touched down in the Gillette area, causing damage to homes and ranches.

*Photographer Unknown

mudwerks:

(via Pre Raphaelite Art: ‘Lady with Hounds’ by John Everett Millais)

'Lady with Hounds' by John Everett Millais. Originally from 'London Society.'
'The Brothers Dalziel' (1840 -1890).

Published 1901 by Methuen and Co. in London

mudwerks:

(via Pre Raphaelite Art: ‘Lady with Hounds’ by John Everett Millais)

'Lady with Hounds' by John Everett Millais. Originally from 'London Society.'
'The Brothers Dalziel' (1840 -1890).
Published 1901 by Methuen and Co. in London