Ray of Florida’s sunshine…
drawing my characters in sexy outfits is my lifeblood. here are all my fems + Thyla, lol.
only Dot is cishet, though honestly after Rainbow Mansion she could be possibly bi, thanks to the Gay Agenda, lol
Left to Right: Anli, Thyla, Dot, Adri, Maura, Tima, Sunny, Essie, Mehda, Teo/Cru Ella
DTLA, Summer 2017
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Choose your (bunny) twin
Outdoor Market, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2010. Love the pots.
Find this image in my Santa Fe Gallery: http://frank-romeo.pixels.com/
“The Fine Art photography of Frank Romeo.”
started watching omori :’]
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43: Sexiest person that comes to my mind immediately- Big tall vampire milf
36: Where I would like to live- New Zealand or smth
42: The last thing I ate- my dad made mexican food for dinner it was rlly good
omori when he’s trapped in white space
25/01/2021-The garden and Lakeside
10 different pictures in this photoset to the ones I tweeted tonight and they are of; the flower bed in the garden with some last bits of snow left there was some of that by Lakeside as I tweeted a photo of too, view on the way to Lakeside, seven views across Lakeside, in the trees and the sky and a beautiful Pied Wagtail when I got home after the walk.
On a brilliant sunny walk at Lakeside today I loved making the most of it by walking within the steam railway tracks (beside it in between the fences and not actually on the tracks as last Monday) and getting to see the distinctive landscape of Lakeside from a different angle and the bit just ahead of the railway tunnel through a bank especially felt like a nice escape of a secluded and sheltered spot which is what a country park are all about that refuge of a green space so I loved using this area to take in some space during exercise.
Wildlife Sightings Summary: From this spot I was delighted to see a Meadow Pipit fly into a tree within the little pond area in the nature reserve not a bird I always see at Lakeside but have before so this added to the list of quite special species here whilst common elsewhere seen on lunch time walks whilst working from home. I also saw; one of my favourite birds the Great Crested Grebe, Tufted Duck, Mute Swan flying, Mallard, Black-headed Gull, Blackbird and Robin well again with Robins providing a nice backdrop to the walk with their song just like last Monday on my walk here, great views of Long-tailed Tit at Lakeside, Goldfinches in the garden and in trees at Lakeside, Pied Wagtail, Woodpigeon, Collared Dove, Carrion Crow, Jackdaw, Magpie, Starling, House Sparrow and I heard Wren.