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Body Positive nerd rockabilly lady who has two kitty cats, Catanova & Sheldon. I love classic cars, food, music, and art. I love who I am and what I am becoming. I try to keep this a positive place but let's face it, I'm only human.
I love Star Trek and Star Wars but Firefly is the best. I grew up listening to all types of music: Chuck Berry and Dixie Chicks. When I can I paint and my sketch book is always with me: Dali, Frida, and O'Keeffe. I collect many many many books: J.D. Salinger and Jane Austen. And my motto for clothing is "if I can fit in it and I like it, I'll make it work". Attitude and staying posi is what helped me get passed what others put me threw. You are your own kind of beautiful and don't let others tell you differently.

My body is fat & beautiful.

My body is fat & beautiful.

usagov:

Image description: This photo of star trails was taken by Expedition 31 Flight Engineer Don Pettit on the International Space Station.
Pettit used the following photographic techniques to create the images: “My star trail images are made by taking a time exposure of about 10 to 15 minutes. However, with modern digital cameras, 30 seconds is about the longest exposure possible, due to electronic detector noise effectively snowing out the image. To achieve the longer exposures I do what many amateur astronomers do. I take multiple 30-second exposures, then ‘stack’ them using imaging software, thus producing the longer exposure.”
See more star trail images.
Photo from NASA JSC Photos.

usagov:

Image description: This photo of star trails was taken by Expedition 31 Flight Engineer Don Pettit on the International Space Station.

Pettit used the following photographic techniques to create the images: “My star trail images are made by taking a time exposure of about 10 to 15 minutes. However, with modern digital cameras, 30 seconds is about the longest exposure possible, due to electronic detector noise effectively snowing out the image. To achieve the longer exposures I do what many amateur astronomers do. I take multiple 30-second exposures, then ‘stack’ them using imaging software, thus producing the longer exposure.”

See more star trail images.

Photo from NASA JSC Photos.

My two favorite things. #books and #photography  (Taken with instagram)

My two favorite things. #books and #photography (Taken with instagram)

bandh:

There are cults behind this camera, and we had one in our Used Dept the other day.

Check out how clean that view is.

Oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god….I would sell everything I own just to have you.

polargypsy:

Noooo, I’m not drooling….. Not at aalllll.

polargypsy:

Noooo, I’m not drooling….. Not at aalllll.

adancersheart:

Ruth St. Denis - the creator of modern dance

adancersheart:

Ruth St. Denis - the creator of modern dance

photojojo:

*Please forgive the lack of caption, we’re currently hypnotized by this photograph*
(Photo by BobMacMillan on Flickr)

gimme gimme gimme

photojojo:

*Please forgive the lack of caption, we’re currently hypnotized by this photograph*

(Photo by BobMacMillan on Flickr)

gimme gimme gimme

photojojo:

A striking photograph by Ben Pier.  Mine his Tumblr for more; there’s a lot!
This post is by Elizabeth Weinberg as part of Photojojo’s Show & Tell Week.

photojojo:

A striking photograph by Ben Pier. Mine his Tumblr for more; there’s a lot!

This post is by Elizabeth Weinberg as part of Photojojo’s Show & Tell Week.

photojojo:

Wilson and Vanessa (also known as wiissaa) took Instax photos of Mongolians who had never had their portrait taken before.

Their reactions to instant photos of themselves will make you smile.

See the video at the link below!

Native Mongolians See Photos of Themselves for the First Time

iloveretro:

Elvis Presley and Nancy Sinatra in “ Speedway” (1968)

iloveretro:

Elvis Presley and Nancy Sinatra in “ Speedway” (1968)

photojojo:

Have you heard of Glasswinged butterflies? They’re transparent butterflies that live in Central America!
Photo by Swamibu via Gizmodo

photojojo:

Have you heard of Glasswinged butterflies? They’re transparent butterflies that live in Central America!

Photo by Swamibu via Gizmodo

A session that I did Sunday.

A session that I did Sunday.