Shot a short film on the new Canon C300 "A Heart of Gold" this weekend. Great little pricey camera!
Canon Power Shot G15 via cubeme: Update of the iconic G12, the new G15 is the first Canon compact camera to feature an f/1.8 optic!
Blowing confetti/glitter into the camera, great shot!
Minimalist clock with awesome font-types, what a great combination. Another great clock, that unfortunately is a little on the pricey side
New Canon waterproof camera D20 (I have the D10 which is fantastic)
Cute crochet trim lends an on-trend and feminine flair to this short sleeve top from Jones New York Sport. Wear it with your favorite jeans for a great weekend ready look. $59.00
After some intense dehydration and despite a several gallon a day water habit, I found that Gatorade helps milk supply! But its a little pricey and probably not super healthy...giving this a shot.
Wasabi Peas. Crunchy peas with a bold nasal spice. These are one of my new favorite snacks. They tend to be a little pricey, so find a
Amityville horror. The first time that picture was shown was on the Merv Griffin show back in '79. It was discovered 3 years after it was taken. Gene Campbell, (a professional photographer) was brought into the house in 1976 when the Warrens went in with their team. He set up an automatic camera on the 2nd floor landing that shot off infrared film shots throughout the night. There were many rolls of film with nothing on them, except one picture of a little boy. If you see it, you shit bricks.
Big Shot Little Shot set of two white shot glasses with bow design. Great gift for sisters or sorority big little. $18.00 for the set. You can change bow colors and fonts.
Spend, Save, Share divided bank. A great idea for kids. Spend for little things, like treats. Save for big things, like pricey toys or camp. Share for gifts for your friends/family or donating to charities.
Food. Friends. Rustic interiors. Gardens and coffee. This beautifully shot short film has EVERYTHING I love! Kinfolk Dinner | Philadelphia by Kinfolk.
Take six minutes and watch this Oscar-nominated short from Disney: Paperman. This is my new favorite short film.
This little Imperial Savoy adds some colour to my camera collection. Manufactured from 1956- 1965 it took 620 film.