6 hour timelapse of the Milky Way over the highest part of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The light turns up later in the shot because the moon rises in the background - Mt. Whitney, the highest point in the continental United States, is basically at the center of the frame when it ends.
midcentury motels. it’s amazing the little pockets of america where signs like this still survive. very few of the motel restaurants or coffee shops still function, but in little desert towns like Lone Pine and Bishop and the dodgy outskirts of Lancaster, California you can still find successions of sketchy motor inns all in a row with rusty signs that look a lot like these.
so I’ve been fiddling with photoshop and FINALLY got the brushes to work the way i’ve been wanting to! So for practice last night I drew some Bill and Dipper doodles while watching a friend’s stream XD
You looked up at Ashley as she entered your bedroom. You shook your head while unbuttoning your dress shirt, “Horrible.” You slid your skirt off and walked into your closet, “The whole town council showed up today. They want us to find a new location.”
“Why?” she asked as she sat on your bed.
“Well apparently the loud motorcycles are too much for the yuppies that moved into that high end subdivision down the road.” You said, putting on your new t-shirt that you had ordered for the bar. “Luckily, their vote didn’t win, but I have a feeling this won’t be the last time I hear from them.”
You walked out into the bedroom and held your arms up at your sides, “What do you think of the new shirts?” You asked Ashley.
She turned her head and puckered her lips in speculation, “Turn around.” You did a slow twirl, showing the wolf howling at the moon on the back. “I like these better than the black ones. The navy color looks better with the theme.”
“Good, I have yours in the living room.” you told her before grabbing your shorts and pulling them up your legs.
“Have you talked to Bucky?” she asked before standing up and fixing her hair in the mirror above your dresser.
“No,” you said surly. “But he told me before they left for their mission that I wouldn’t hear from him much.”