Summary: Jughead is infatuated by a photography student named Y/N, what happens when y/n possibly captures Jason Blossom’s killer on camera.
Warnings: Probably swearing. Hardcore fluff, so prepare I’m about to dish some serious feels
After that night at the drive in Jughead and I had been hanging out almost everyday. We had worked on intently looking through all of my photos taken from the July 4th weekend to see if we could find anything else interesting or unusual. But there was nothing to be found. Except from the one photo, that I didn’t even realise at the time would be so significant in the Jason Blossom case.
Some of my favorite photos from my month long vacation back in July. From the mountains in the Sierra Madre Mountain Range, to the underground river in Palawan, to the islands of both Cebu and Palawan, and to getting the chance to swim with the whale sharks. What an absolutely beautiful country it is that I was blessed to have grown up in.
George Harrison wearing a “Stamp Out The Beatles” sweatshirt, EMI Studios, Abbey Road, 17 May 1967; from The Beatles Book’s July 1967 issue.
Photo: The Beatles Book
“Just to show how little he minds the knockers who are trying to push the Beatles down these days, George actually wore a ‘Stamp Out the Beatles’ jersey to recent recording sessions. We thought that he might not want us to photograph him in it; but he was only too happy for us to take the pic […], and seemed to be treating the whole thing as a huge joke.” - The Beatles Book monthly, July 1967