I would like to thank everyone I have ever taken a photo of in all 100 galleries here, you have all inspired me to continue my prolific creations during this time of my life. It would not be a 100th gallery unless there was something in there for everybody, so take a gander I am sure you will know what I mean. I spent a lot of time making these images to give them the classic dEaringfilm homage while progressing my style and pointing towards the future of my look. There are so very exciting announcements for the end of this year that will be revealed in the coming months; but for now enjoy Headband Heroine and her magic in front of the camera.
99 gallery's of dEaringfilm on the wall, (repeat) click in one, share the link, 98 more to go! Yes, welcome to the 99th gallery on this latest iteration of dEaringfilm; the highly anticipated 100th coming in a day.
I think I am on to something here; the more I look down the more I see things I should see when I look up. I think I will continue this trend to see where I end up. Expect a "Tokyo Stains" gallery in a month or so. I sure wish I could do a Tokyo Smells gallery; all of which are very good and bad.
As a consumer of media and art something is always happening that bends the rules of reality, the implementation of it determines if its easy to accept and transparent or if it sucks and therefore not believed. We can apply motion, actions and characteristics for other organisms and objects independent of the natural state of the said being or object (we do this a lot in architecture). Take for example Disney's original animated Alice in Wonderland which is quite a lovely movie. There are all sorts of trippy and fantastic things that happen in the movie but the one that caught my eye the most as being quite odd was the white rabbit. Its not because he was the gateway drug to the other world for Alice but he was so similar to myself. He did something no other rabbit can do, something I'm not sure their mechanics would permit; simply put if I was a Rabbit I would walk and so does he.