Thank you, whorlpool. :) The painting is one my dad made and gave to me on my 16th birthday. The piece hanging in the corner is a stick with paper cranes made by a friend for me and my family when we closed our coffeeshop in Anacortes over 5 years ago. Each of the cranes are signed by friends we made through the coffeehouse. It was a present from all of them and was very touching, I've hung it up in every house we've lived in since.
I loooooove Lifeforms. It's a cd I practically grew up listening to and I never tire of it.
I recently found out that the EP version of Lifeforms has Elizabeth Frasier vocals on it. I'm going to have to hunt down a copy. :)
Hm. I've been living in a half-completed house for so long I'm practically drooling at the decor of your room. The walls are so...so...finished ;)
Damn. I want walls.
(And I love that first picture. That camera almost seems like a weapon...)
I never thought much about the decor, really. I just took the stuff that was on my walls at the last house and put them up in this one. I definitely prefer uncluttered wall space.
I wish I could share my wallage with you!
Thanks. :) My dad said he thought the camera looked like a tricorder. hehe.
Hi - The sepia versions definitely convey a vastly different mood altogether. I admire the way you have made them into sepia - I hadn't twigged that they were from the colour ones (I thought they were from black and white photography).
Here, in the colour shots, you are "girl-next-door" in a middle-class bed-room; in the sepia version, you are transformed into possibly a high-priestess of some sort - some beautiful creature in a fantasy world... I think I'm getting a bit carried away.. :-) Look forward to more self-portraits!
"beautiful creature in a fantasy world" lol! Perhaps slightly carried away, but thank you. ;)
I have many self-portrait and other photographs that I haven't posted due to lack of web space and not wanting to clog up people's friends lists. I will have the use of 100mb soon, though. I am excited to share more. :)