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Stay Calm

027 // 365

After being very jealous of various people online and their gas masks I scoured eBay for one and decided on this one. It arrived on my birthday last week.

I think gas masks are terrifying. Genuinely terrifying, and that makes me a bit excited to shoot with it, because it is so darn tooting scary.


Post Christmas post

Christmas is always busy isn’t it.

Christmas Eve we went to watch The Hobbit 2, then my parents came back to our house for pizza and to watch the Snowman and the Snowdog.
Christmas Day we went to my parents for Christmas dinner; massive three course feast with dodgy cheap presents then my family came over in the evening.
Boxing Day we went to kB’s parents for Christmas dinner part 2.

Today I had my last photography assignment for 2013, shooting two sisters as a surprise gift for their mum.

Looking forward to chilling out for the next few days before the New Years jazz starts. I’m not too bothered about New Years but we are going to some friends and then going to my parents for another three course meal 🙂

Christmas : ) // 24 12 13

Hyacinth // 25 12 13

Domo // 27 12 13

Waiting for those who are missing // 27 12 13

Beware! Flying saucers!

Beware! Flying saucers!

319 // 365 – kB
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Lazy Friday night shot. I had planned an epic levitation but then when it came round to it I was too cold, felt a bit ill and generally could not be bothered.

320 // 365 – Beware! Flying Saucers!

Another lateish shot; due to being busy in the morning then having a massive nap in the afternoon :’ )
I do love  good nap.




This afternoon I am off out to a collaboration event with photographers and models. A wee bit nervous about it, so yesterday I was all like “You sit there and I’ll photo you and practice!!!!!”

I am really shy; and my biggest worry is about going there and not making the most out of it because I’m too scared to say anything and then coming home annoyed with myself because I missed the opportunity.
I’m going down an hour or so early to acclimatise myself to the situation and then I have a good 4 or so hours between lighting sessions to make the most of it :-B