I have to get up at 6am tomorrow. I’m just posting this now in anticipation….
I need my glasses to find my glasses do you see my problem
You can’t even see your problem
Yeah, I’ve done that successfully before and it held my nail for like a good week. But this one was just to massive. Both sides of the nail were broken back and that side was hardly holding on. I didn’t even bother.
songlyricsinspirationstuff asked: Don't take pictures in your room. You have to be in front of a blank wall to make it look more professional
….excuse me? This seriously pissed me off. hahaha. If I could punch you through my computer I would. I’m a freakin photographer. I went to school for photography. I know how to make a photo look like it belongs in a freakin magazine. It is my job. but when I get a new swimsuit and I don’t feel like working in order to show people how cute it is, and I don’t want to bother setting up a tripod against a “blank wall” because then I would have to set up the timer, hope it focuses right, take like 10 photos cause I can’t see myself so I’m just hoping it looks okay THEN I would have to download the photo from my camera to my computer and then edit the photo…..sometimes I don’t feel like doing all that so I just use my webcam because that’s what it’s there for. Who are you anyway? You’re not even following me. Why do you even care? Gosh I hope you’re a troll…at least then you’re not a huge a-hole…./rant
A little bit country for the photo shoot today! @nicolelender @britt_britt15
LIVING ON THE EDGE
This project is the first of a series of projects for a large 455 acre site on Nova Scotia’s Atlantic coast. This pure box in the landscape is precariously perched off a bedrock cliff to heighten one’s experience of the landscape through a sense of vertigo and a sense of floating on the sea. This strategy features the building’s fifth elevation - its ‘belly’.
This modest 960 square foot cabin functions as a rustic retreat. Its main level (16x44) contains a great room with a north cabinet wall, along with a service core. The open loft (16x16) is a sleeping perch. A large south-facing deck allows the interior stage to flow outward through the large windows.