I got bored practicing for my Bass Jury so I snapped some photos of my favorite coat, the lobby coat from Abbyshot, designed after the coat Neo wears in the lobby scene of Enter The Matrix. It’s a bit small, so I’m getting it refitted. Besides that, AMAZING COATS. shameless bump for Abbyshot. Took these in the stairway of the Music building.
yikes, eto pala talaga yung puso. :p
yak. haha. no comment :P mas okey pa ang <3 na lang. haha.
Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington Cemetery. Photo taken and edited on my phone with an Instagram filter added to complete the picture.
The Great European Ascot: Complete Do-It-Yourself Instructions for Americans
Great thing my mom got me at an estate sale, or greatest thing my mom got me at an estate sale?
“Here’s a great new way to tie one on - with the Carre European Ascot Scarf - a silky fashion accessory that ties and knots in diverse ways. The effect? An unlimited scope of sportswear accents, ranging from the classic elegance of the English ascot to the casual insouciance of the French knot. A gamut of individual fashion expressions, decided and defined by your own imagination and a deft flick of your fingers. In a word - elegant. Casual, yet correct. To be worn with a sport shirt, a Leisure Suit or a sport jacket. Masculine flair in pure luxury.”
This is the Lion boy statue I found inside an old crypt in Cave Hill. I did some digging and found a little info about it from a security guard on site. Later that night, I pulled up a good quote from an article about the statue:
“Symbolic statue by Emile Wolff (1802-1879) of Rome. The German-born student of J.G. Schadow (1764-1850) cast a child in the Nemean lion skin mythology reserved for Hercules. The animal’s tail acts as a Herculean club, while the fruit of spiritual struggle for immortality is grasped in the child’s left hand.”
I enjoy long walks in Cave Hill Cemetery. It’s one of the oldest private cemeteries in Louisville Kentucky, my hometown. I am a huge fan of Gothic, Victorian and neoclassical buildings. Some of the best examples of these styles are shown in mausoleums and crypts.
This was a nice eerie one I found near the back of the older part of the cemetery.