Battles - Juice B Crypts (2019)
Late Sunday night alone. The air conditioner is whirring. My head is whirring after a weekend of narcotism. Hmmph.
Unknown photographer, The beginning of the eclipse at Vassar College, 16 March 1885
(More old gameplay pictures of mine from over the years that I’m reuploading here.)
Link floating in mid air in Ocarina of Time at Lake Hylia. (2009 I think.) I did the infinite sword glitch, took a ride on the magic leaf and walked off of it when I was flying over the lake.
I think the Gerudo are stupid…thanks for the ride by the way. (2010.)
- I cut up a sign in Majora’s Mask back in…2010 and it fell into a cross shape.
- Torture device of Insomnia. Rated E for Everyone. :D
- One of those times I was floating above Skyloft back in 2011. (Glitch.)
- Wind Waker HD from 2013…Link’s belt buckle is off centre, Nintendo. Way to go.
Master Librarian turned his back on Richter. (2018.)
(More old video game pictures of mine that I took that I’ve had piled up on my phone.)
Uh, that’s the Countesses throne. I don’t think you’re supposed to be sitting there, Bruma Guard…
(Yes, I raided the Countesses collection. It was for a noble cause…It was for the Thieves Guild.)
Nowadays, we don’t have the habit of to create a photo book. At least I don’t have it, neither does my family, and I don’t know anyone who develop pictures today. But in the old days, everyone created and had photo books. What we have today are the old photo books.
By the 2000s, I was between four and six years old and I had a doll made of wool. The doll’s hair was purple and her face, arms and legs were white. The doll had no defined hands or feet. The doll was very soft because it was made of wool. Or it must have been because I don’t remember the smell or how I played with that doll. In fact, I only know about this doll because of a photo I saw a while ago.
Avete presente quando state con una persona ma volete solo tornare a casa? Ecco io mi sento così
Goldroom - West of the West
Tbilisi, Georgia // 3
Above: The Georgian National Opera Theatre (built in 1851 in Moorish style)