this is a photo show

It’s World Theatre Day!

So as a celebration, I’d like to post a series of photos. A number of you have asked about shows I’ve done in the past, so here are some highlights:

Pharaoh, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat:

Haberdasher, The Taming of the Shrew:

Laertes, Hamlet:

Oberon, A Midsummer Night’s Dream:

King Alonso, The Tempest:

Gordon (the Dead Man), Dead Man’s Cell Phone:

Antipholus of Syracuse, The Comedy of Errors:

Jack Worthing, The Importance of Being Earnest:

Mr. Wickham, Pride & Prejudice:

Alonzo, Cats:

And of course…

Wheatley, Portal 2: The (Unauthorized) Musical:

i feel like iko would like,,,, be really good at photography? like she would really enjoy doing it? idk its just a random headcanon but imagine iko with a camera. she would be really good at like taking candid shots of her friends. cinder laughing at one of her jokes. scarlet giving a soft look at wolf when she thinks no one’s looking. of course she would do photoshoots of her friends for free, professional ones with backdrops and wardrobe changes, but like. iko notices her friends, its one of her traits and its one that makes her the most human, you know? and so i feel like she would get into photography bc she would be able to express those little things she notices about her friends. the way cinder’s nose crinkles when she laughs, the way the tips of cress’ ears turn red when she’s embarrassed.

and of course she’d take hella selfies tbh

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Overview of the BC NDP rally tonight in Kamloops:

-In photo #1 are the 2 NDP candidates running for the NDP in the Kamloops area; Nancy Bepple is running in Kamloops-South Thompson (my riding) Barb Nederpel is running in Kamloops-North Thompson;

-Photo #2 shows BC NDP leader John Horgan.

-John Horgan announced that the NDP has reached gender parity for the BC election; for the election in May, 2017 the NDP will run 50% female candidates.

-The event was over quite quickly. It was more to get the people in this area excited for the NDP & the election. Wasn’t a lot of policy ideas. It was more so to introduce John Horgan (and the local candidates).

-John Horgan came across to me as very friendly and genuine. I also went to a rally in the 2015 federal election. Tom Mulcair was friendly too, but he felt like he was putting on an act. John Horgan didn’t give me the ‘fake’ impression that Mulcair was giving off.

-He spoke about the BC Liberals failure on jobs, education, healthcare, forestry.

-He spoke of the need to reinvigorate BC’s Forestry industry by moving away from raw log exports, to focusing on value added jobs, like wood based infrastructure (such as strong wooden buildings).

-He brought up Paul Doroshenko’s lawsuit against the BC Liberals (he’s a long time Liberal voter and he’s suing the BC Liberals for partisan advertisements).

-He spoke about the need to ban big money in politics, and cited the BC Liberals donation scandals.

-He spoke about how he’s noticed that even non-political people have lately been vocally outraged at the BC Liberals.

-He spoke about how the BC Liberal’s ad campaigns against him are backfiring; that these ads have lead people to look him up and they found that they liked him as a person & his policies more when they did.

-He said a while ago he was ranting about how awful the BC Liberals were, and his 15 year old son said “What are you going to do about it”? So he ran for office. That lead him to be elected, then re-elected twice more in a row, and that eventually lead to him becoming party leader.

-After his speech, I overhead him discussing electoral reform. He wants Proportional Representation. He said that First Past The Post creates cynicism and leads to skewed election results.

-I spoke to him briefly later, about some personal struggles I’ve had with employment. He was very friendly and listened without interrupting.

All in all, it was a nice event. I’ll be very happy if John Horgan is BC’s next premier. The BC Liberals need to go.

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If you guys ever wanna know whose my number 1 inspiration for creating besides a few creators here for the sims, and some other Secondlife creators I can think of, it’s this girl right here. Every single time I see a WIP or release from this gem, I literally get so inspired, rather then discouraged, and I channel that energy into one day being able to create content as GOREGOUS as hers.

The best part is, you can actually see her improvement, if you goto her really old photos when she first started, it’s honestly really inspirational, and shows you everyone can do it with a lot of hard work and dedication and practice <3

Seriously, this is so amazing <3 A lot of the designers in Second life are ;a;

+ she is a absolute sweetheart and kind person <3

anonymous asked:

aside from practice, what is the best advice you can give to an aspiring nature photographer?

Get out as much as possible. If you really love being outside, I feel like your photos will show it then. 

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Poppet Liberation Day!

One year ago today, we set Poppet free on our back porch. The photo on the left shows him exploring his new environment; the one on the right is him today, bravely coming right up to investigate the phone.

I love this little fuzzy guy so much! Happy Liberation Day, Poppet!

#livingwithautism

It’s April. This means: Autism awareness month!
It’s time that the neurotypicals understand what it really means to be on the spectrum.

Use the tags #livingwithautism or #livingwithaspergers or #autism awareness or #autism acceptance on every social media site.
Make photos, movies, gifs, pictures, stories, poetry, art or whatever you like.

Show them the world through our eyes.
Show them our view on the world.
Show them how the life with autism and aspergers really is.

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supernatural out of context

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Just in case you missed Lady Gaga during the half time show: