gone to greener pastures:iconandaelentari:I should have just stayed there, probably lol.Keeping this account to take care of my group stuff .
to my immortal home"Angel Band" My latest sun is sinking fast, my race is nearly runMy strongest trials now are past, my triumph has begunOh, come Angel Band come and around me standOh bear me away on your snow white wings to my immortal homeOh bear me away on your snow white wings to my immortal homeOh bear my longing heart to him who bled and died for meWhose blood now cleanses from all sin and gives me victoryOh, come Angel Band come and around me standOh bear me away on your snow white wings to my immortal homeOh bear me away on your snow white wings to my immortal homeOh bear me away on your snow white wings to my immortal homeEmmylou HarrisMy other love (besides photojournalism) is darkroom photography. I love how abstract it can be, and how creative people get. I especially admire those who can do traditional darkroom. One day I'll be able to, when I have the space and time! Anyway, I love going through the darkroom deviations and seeing what's new.
ALT 3It's been way too long since I posted one of these .other installments: Anyway, enjoy all the photojournalism yayy! 11 by ulira Barnetoget by Halcyon-whisperer Star Wars in the city by Halfofthat ....in custody by Ego-Shooter
Trashed and Scattered XXXVII'm going to try to do these more regularly Enjoy! the fear by 8o-clock Shadow Killer by david-luziCorridor by boyrd into the light by Isis2x2 126 by alwayslate4school
Friend/Watcher feature 6: BarbaraMincedmeatWelcome!I should probably make these weekly or something.Anyway, enjoy the photography of BarbaraMincedmeat!
Trashed and Scattered XXXVBetter late than never! Just Desserts by GothicNarcissus Blue Bird by LidiaVives Einsam will ich untergehen by Ann-Rentgen Walking Away by HectorGuerra sunset by StefaChaoticDuckling Gang by m-eralpLazarus by vbagiatis Kingdom by RobinHalioua
52 week challenge? + featureI think I'm going to try one. It will give me motivation I believe. Has anyone ever done one? And if so, any tips? Also, yay feature! Longing for you by MD-Arts willkommen in unserem haus by lichtfaengerin move by RainyAndButterfly Sunrise II by xXxfionaxXx Lime Mousse by simas2 green hell by Valentin-e-Winter
thank you!for the birthday wishes! My birthday was pretty good; the only bad part was a raging headache by the end of the day.Anyway, I'm going to edit some more concert photos soon and post those, and try to go out and photograph some new stuff too.Thanks again I hope you all are doing well .
Friend/Watcher feature 5: PsycheAnamnesisWelcome back! I wanted to cover my last angry rant journal with good art so here you go!She has such good ideas and is very talented so enjoy :iconpsycheanamnesis:'s work! untie me by PsycheAnamnesis soulstorm by PsycheAnamnesis
Collection: Joan of ArcShare|ArchiveJoan of ArcJoan of Arc (1412—1431) is the ultimate iconic rebellious teenager. In nineteen years she lived a fuller and more exciting life, effecting the future histories of the two most powerful nations on Earth, than most can even dream of, and then died a martyr’s death for her cause and beliefs, for which she was declared a saint 500 years later. Her story has been told in many novels, movies and comic books. She was the girl who God gave a mission to drive the occupying English out of northern France. So fervid was her demand for action that she was made an advisor to the French high command and led them to victory after victory in the cause of F
Sartorial Storytelling: Character at a GlanceShare|ArchiveSartorial Storytelling: Character at a GlanceBy suzymaePulp Fiction by RembrushMasterful storytelling is about suspending disbelief.One would think the most important element of a story being told is the events being depicted. Belief in these events, however, is a prerequisite to appreciation. Picture this: watching Anna Karenina in the theater, you’re riveted to the epic tale of doomed lovers. Your friend, a history professor with a fetish for details, laughs at random moments. After the movie, he pontificates at length on how unbelievable the movie was
Jurassic PokemonShare|ArchiveJurassic PokemonBy techgnoticRealistic Pokemon Season 1 by arvalisarvalis aka RJ Palmer is a long time deviant who has created his own unique niche at DeviantArt.He was first known as the artist who drew incredibly realistic dinosaurs. Somehow his depictions of dinosaurs began morphing into Pokemon characters. He is now renowned as dA’s master of realistic Pokemon illustrations. His has been quite a success story through art. His rise has been quite a success story on how to build a following in the community. RJ has wonderful tutorial drawing sessions on his Dev
Burying A Sci-Fi ClicheShare|ArchiveBurying A Sci-Fi ClichéBy techgnoticif I were a writer by In-InkFrom the Dusty Annals of Sci-Fi Cliché HistoryJames Tiptree, Jr. was a writer of science fiction, mostly short stories, whose first work, “Birth of a Salesman,” was published in the May 1968 issue of Analog Science Fiction.Analog Science FictionWarm Worlds & OtherwiseDangerous Visions
321: The Ultimate Narrative ChallengeShare|Archive321: The Ultimate Narrative ChallengeBy techgnotic321: Fast Comics Variant Cover by MARCIOABREU7, redeve321: 3 Pages, 2 Characters, 1 Twist EndingFellow community member FelipeCagno is running a comic book contest on his DeviantArt page that represents a fantastic opportunity for all of the storytellers in the community.
Tattoos: The Power ShiftShare|ArchiveTattoos: The Power ShiftBy moon-sorceressTattoo Ad Campaign – Dragon by BattledressForeword by techgnoticThe Today Page editorial team would like readers to join us in welcoming Rosie Yanikyan to our e–pages as a special correspondent for all manner of cultural concerns. A longtime poet member of the dA community, Rosie has taken on the incredible rich history of the Tattoo art form from a very interesting angle. We look forward to more communiques from moon-sorceress.Chains of Ink that once held humans enslaved now empower Skin Ego communities.by
The Pop Flux ReportShare|ArchivesThe Pop Flux Reportby techgnoticWhat’s next for our superhero role models?Is Time Travel the next sci–fi bellwether?Time once was that the “Hero” business was so much simplerWhether you were Beowulf, Ulysses or Flash Gordon, you simply accepted that by birth or circumstances beyond your control, you were a special and exemplary specimen of humankind elevated above normal commoners.Corsariomarcio X MEN DAYS OF FUTURE PAST posterYou simp
There Are No Strings On Me!Share|ArchiveThere Are No Strings On Me!By techgnoticO.A.M First Blood by Ku-OnHal9000 - Wallpaper by excursioner12001: A Space Odyssey reduxby jubjubjedi
Collection: The Green Fairy Takes Flight AgainShare|ArchiveThe Green Fairy Takes Flight AgainIt was banned in America in 1915, but distillation and sale resumed in USA and Europe in the 1990s. It’s a spirit produced from the flowers and leaves of the wormwood plant. Anise, fennel and other “medicinal herbs” are blended in according to secret formulas of different distillers. Who drank absinthe? Hemingway, Baudelaire, Verlaine, Rimbaud, Toulouse–Lautrec, Van Gogh, Modigliani, Picasso, Oscar Wilde and occultist Aleister Crowley. Why were writers, poets and painters so ardent for this drink? Its secret is trace amounts of terpene thujone, reputed to induce clarity of
Trashed and Scattered XXIIWelcome to the 22nd installment of my feature! Enjoy Cult logic by deerArylide deadwood by crh Crooked Trees by iamthewoodendoor :thumb343470809:Darling, didn't we kill you? by SeparateFromTheHead MPS HoWe 2011 - 45 by Mar-jus Dark by Escapetoparadisejlv I i\ a0ab 34348tu aaugjoi zlbmosdji jsg iji by woxys hair by noraokYou Need More Than This by tntrekabulatorSmokey by RusuTudorrr Fiery Heart by tayaiv little flower by 7RedhotzWhat a little vessel of sadness we are. by nevermade Claire III by zemotionrhythmic by Ollieverse