I’ve decided I’ll be better off focusing on backgrounds and less on props. I wanted old wood; all my awesome old wood that I’ve been using as my photo background is two hours away now that I’m back at school and in my apartment. So when I got home from school, I wandered into the woods behind the complex, looking for discarded boards from the construction of the building.
I found a chunk of a brick wall, nicely overgrown with moss.
“That’ll do,” I decided, grabbed it in both hands, and lugged it up to my apartment.
You tell me: is it working?
Czech glass, hand-dyed lace, freshwater pearls and fish vertebrae.
Cicada-bug carved outta carnelian. Linked to rough fluorite and labradorite nuggets.
Not sure how well Rainbow is workin' with the background . . . too busy?