We’re Gonna Die, Now You Tell Me? *Bucky Barnes x Reader*
Summary: Tony has had enough of you and Bucky dancing around the topic of you both being together. Himself and Natasha feel like you need something to bring you both together, so he sets up a Halloween spooky night, where he hires actors to play Zombies - unknown to you both, everyone is in on it. You and Bucky are left fighting fake zombies, grieving over “deaths” of close friends and feeling as though you had lost a chance at a life together because of it all. Warnings: Swearing, gore, zombies and FAKE deaths of Avengers Authors Note: I am SOOOOOO sorry. Tumblr has been messing me around, it won’t allow me to copy and paste things over, I can’t use my own photots or gifs I have to use other peoples. I have been trying to move stuff over but Tumblr has been a lil’ bitch. I am so sorry this is late, I am trying to get my fiction uploaded but that has to be written all over again instead of me just bringing it over! So sorry again, please forgive me - Rosalee
Tony’s P.O.V “There’s no way this will work,” Steve chuckled to the billionaire, “like Bucky would fall for this!” Steve said, looking at the line-up of people before him, fake blood dripped down their faces, matted hair and dirty clothes; Steve had to admit that they all looked the part but Bucky was smart.
Growing up, my dad was the photographer in my household and would take pictures of anything including the fish in the sea (literally).
Now 18, I have learned much of what I know about photography from him and he has also passed down his keen eye for it to me as well as all of my equipment including my Nikon D60. I’m sort of growing in his footsteps and putting my own spin on photography. My mom even joked the other day that my photos have even surpassed his.
phototizeis my tumblr photography blog and also feel free to leave some feedback.
My take on photography is that it has no restrictions. Anybody can jump in (even such as myself) and can start snapping pictures with any camera of any quality, including phone cameras. Having an extremely expensive camera says how much money you have, but how you use it is something else.
Like any form of art, there is no wrong answer; just some pieces are better than others based on one’s entitled opinion. Photography is no different.