Rusty Lines

Sunday, March 8, 2020

Rusty Lines

The time it was stripes and a ribbed skirt situation.

Hi peeps, what's going on? It's after midnight here and I'm just hanging around unsure about what to put in this post. It's an outfit entry. So, there's that. I woke up one fine day feeling like wearing the two things I wore and fiddled with the camera and the result was these pictures, which I'd processed using GIMP. It's been fun playing with GIMP. I quite like it.

As for the outfit story, I paired a vintage striped tee that's beige and black with a pencil skirt in rusty tangerine. For shoes, I wore these laceless sneakers in dark blue. I wore my hair like I didn't care but I did. This was before I went for a trim so the bushiness was pretty real and I kinda dug it. It was all in one length and a source of great insulation on rainy days. On humid days, a source of something of a nuisance but rest assured, a hair clip took care of it.

Forgive the artistic nature of the picture down below. I felt whimsical while I did it.

I took a picture of the foliage of mom's rose apple tree also known as pokok jambu air in Malay. So far, the tree's been spouting healthy leafage and I'm excited over the prospect of mother nature's fruits growing out of them in the future. I like that this tree acts as a sort of a strategic bush to hide from the neighbor's line of sight.

Sometimes, I do this pose. Which is just standing while giving the camera a side profile. It's so easy to do. You should try it.

These other poses barring the middle one are quite a challenge. I seem to find standing still awkward and resort to all kinds of restless leg action.

Well that's all for this entry, folks. I hope you're having a brilliant day where you are. And I thank you for spending a few moments here on the blog with me!

See you in the next one!

To end this entry, here's a quote by Anais Nin:

“Music melts all the separate parts of our bodies together.”

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