Here are some photos from a set of vintage stockings photos that have always intrigued me. Each one has a tiny number noted on the corner by the photographer and is of beautiful FF stockings on women in really pretty, classic fashions.
Two of these have been cropped and are missing the number on the corner but are clearly from the same set.
Do any of you know anything about these? Who took them? Their age or backstory? If there are any more of them?
A broken heart was a nuisance, an annoying leech that sucked the life out of you every moment you paused to think about the pain it was spreading through your limbs. Every second you spent with your mind not occupied you wanted to scream and cry. It felt like your emotions were burning embers and anytime you paused to give it oxygen the fire would grow and consume you til you were nothing but ashes.
Guys! Merlin lives!! He’s not dead!! Sure, his leg must’ve gotten blown up by the bomb, but he’s fine! Look!!
This is from the scene where Ginger gets appointed as the newest Statesman agent, and you can see Melin in a wheelchair!
This is a photo from the set of Kingsman:TGC when they filmed Eggy’s wedding scene. As you can see, Mark Strong is wearing green screen bottoms in order for the special effects team to edit in prosthetic limbs!
Oh noes! Carswell, the bank guy, was stealing money all along!
As bank guys in Scooby-Doo are wont to do.
He “snuck” it out of the building in his briefcase every day, while exiting the bank…
…and entering some kind of tropical version of Metropolis concept art, possibly soaked in fruit punch.
But then, we learn that:
“Unknown to Carswell, the guard installed a concealed infrared camera which took a picture of him robbing the bank!”
…because there’s no way he would ever see a camera so well concealed, especially one that uses infrared technology in a perfectly-well-lit room.
I guess it doesn’t matter anyway, because the camera is magic and takes photos from an angle he never was at, and with briefcase set on a surface that doesn’t exist in front of the camera, while he just sort of revels in his money in a position that makes no sense.
…though this does raise the question of why no other Scooby-Doo companies just used security cameras.