Was listening to that song the last few days. It's having sex with my ears!
Sonntag, 29. Mai 2011
fascinating young-photographer Terra Kate. I adore her work - It makes me dream and see the reality clearly the same time. Just had an overwhelming weekend - those pics sort of express the feelings I went through. First I went to a friends pub and spent the whole evening sitting at the bar and having fun with my friends (the two barkeepers). After I met my Canadian. The next day I forgot my keys at home and crashed at his. Was really good, though. We had a whale of the time. But now so glad to lie in my own bed with a cup of tea wrapped in my cuddly duvet and listening to The Brian Jonestown Massacre's Anemone. Exactly what I need at the moment. Hope you're all fine and enjoying your weekend.
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Donnerstag, 26. Mai 2011
Sonntag, 22. Mai 2011
Freitag, 20. Mai 2011
Mittwoch, 18. Mai 2011
Samstag, 14. Mai 2011
Mittwoch, 11. Mai 2011
Well, I thought about the world-rescueing-thing and conclude that I definitely should have my own uniform. My models are Wonder Woman (Lydia Carter), Catwoman (Julie Newmar), and Barbarella (Jane Fonda). They all used their talents to rescue the world - although Barbarella was more luscious than "active with a superhero-weapon-thing" but still effective. I'm thinking about some retro-rock'n'roll-chic uniform...It shouldn't be too short nor too long. Or preferable something more hippie? Have you got any ideas?
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Samstag, 7. Mai 2011
Freitag, 6. Mai 2011
One of the best parts of photography is that there are so many different styles. In this case, Turkey-native Metin Demiralay shows us how one can combine human and nature photography to create breathtakingly beautiful scenes. Undoubtedly, It all comes together in an elegant and innocent way. Metin not only captures his subjects' oneness with nature, he also creates magical and colorful work of art that will leave you stunned and speechless.
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At what age do we stop and forget about what it was like to be a kid? I hope the answer to that question is never. Lissy Laricchia has that rare ability to make our imaginary worlds come to life with her magical photos. Child-like, but never childish, her unique photos will draw you in and keep you spellbound for hours on end.
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Many things go through my mind at the moment and I really get to the point where I doubt all my beliefs...Don't really know if I get there where I want to, with what I'm going to do. Well, actually I HAVE TO do those things but it's kind of a fear of doing the wrong things at the wrong time and missing experiences I'd love to have...
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Dienstag, 3. Mai 2011
What really made me laugh today. The sad thing is, that "Boys" really are like that - nothing changes when they become older. Anyway, those two are absolutely hilarious. Check some of their official videos out and have a laughter. Seriously they're pretty much fun! I think my aunt brought me round that band. My live became way more funny since I knew them ;) All their stuff is really self- and world-critical, sarcastic and simply just marvelous. I love 'em...
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Montag, 2. Mai 2011
Wouldn't that be nice just living in the australian outbacks or the american countryside, having a livestock farm and enjoying your life in the nature? I'd love to live on a comfortable farm and run a horse breeding. How peaceful would that be? But on the other hand I think the people out there need somebody who wants to change something and to help them, so there's no choice - I have to go and rescue the world and can't build up my own range (Well who knows where I'll be in a few decades. Maybe on a range, with some lovely kids, an adorable man and a horse breeding? xxx
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Sonntag, 1. Mai 2011
I try and I try, but I can't get enough
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I'm a constant sinner
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Long time no see. Hope everyone out there is all right and everything's going how it should. I finally returned to life and got internet again (phew bless god). I'm sitting in a nice cafe next to a massive church and listening to that amazing song. Just thought about the lyrics and wonder how this situation is for other people. Would you rather lose your love or your life? In my opinion it depends on how long you've been with that person and on how vulnerable you are. I'd prefer to stay alive because this person will continue living in my mind... It'll surely take you a time to come over the whole situation but after that it should be possible to come back into life. Your love wouldn't want you to die just because he/she died. On the other hand I reckon people who spend nearly their whole life together became really similar so they bodies and minds work in the same way. Furthermore the lost of your most loved person causes psychological and as a result also physical problems which could finally end into dead. How strange to think about that - Maybe I just don't get it because I haven't found the "right" person yet. Is the right person that person you'd die for...?
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