Caroline Alkire aka ChildOfTheMountains - 1: Untitled, 2013 2: Untitled, 2012 3: Untitled, 2012 4: Untitled, 2012 5: Untitled, 2013 Collages: Cut + Paste
(Source: Flickr / childofthemountains)
Just got a new camera so I have been playing around with it a little to see if it will work for me for a while. Didn’t have a huge budget but have been relying on my crappy iphone 4 camera. This one claims to be waterproof up to 10 feet but I don’t know how well I’d trust the seal to the battery compartment. Anyway, so far I am liking it although somewhere between the camera and computer there appears to be a glitch and now some photos have a grey and rainbow area (see last picture). But I think overall, for what I paid, I am ok with it. Shutter speed seems a bit slower than I am used to, so that might take time to get the hang of. Also, last night I got to sleep in my own bed for the first time in almost two weeks and it was MAGICAL! The last two pictures are me shortly after waking up today in my magical, wonderful, cozy bed! Felt the need to document (with my new toy/camera)
"Nothing will ruin your 20’s more than thinking you should have your life together already."
IS THIS REAL CAN I GO THERE THIS IS MAGICAL
IT’S REAL YOU CAN GO THERE IT’S ICELAND
ITS CALLED THE BLUE LAGOON AND ITS VERY MAGICAL
adding this to my location bucket list wow
Haha actually it is totally overpriced and aimed at tourists. It is not actually a natural place, it is man made. There are a ton of natural hot springs in Iceland which you can find on your own and don’t have to pay for. Also, in Reykjavik there are a lot of public hot pools which cost like 7$ to go to and they are supposed to be pretty nice. Instead of the blue lagoon which costs about 60$. Even as a tourist, I did not really enjoy my experience at the blue lagoon and would definitely recommend the other hot springs and pools instead.
(Source: humaen, via euneirophreniadreams)
Done by Samantha Fairchild of Maui Tattoo Company in Kihei, HI.