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Baby Blue Drapes


baby blue drapes
    baby blue
  • A pale shade of blue
  • At right is displayed the color baby blue. Baby blue is known as one of the pastel colors.
  • "Baby Blue" is the second single from the album Love in the Time of Science by Emiliana Torrini.
  • Blue eyes
  • Depression affecting a woman after giving birth; postnatal depression
  • Baby Blue is the third studio album by Mexican pop-singer Anahi, it was released on August 26, 2000 through Fonovisa. The album is produced by Estefano and recorded in Midnight Blue Studios in Miami, Florida. Quien.com Retrieved 2010-07-03
    drapes
  • (drape) curtain: hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
  • Arrange (cloth or clothing) loosely or casually on or around something
  • Adorn, cover, or wrap (someone or something) loosely with folds of cloth
  • Let (oneself or a part of one's body) rest somewhere in a casual or relaxed way
  • (drape) the manner in which fabric hangs or falls; "she adjusted the drape of her skirt"
  • (drape) arrange in a particular way; "drape a cloth"
baby blue drapes - Royal Blue
Royal Blue Grommet Top Thermal Insulated Blackout Curtain 63" Length 1 Pair - GT
Royal Blue Grommet Top Thermal Insulated Blackout Curtain 63" Length 1 Pair - GT
Bring warmth and style to your home with high-quality insulated Blackout window curtain pair. The grommet top adds a modern touch and provides energy efficient comfort. It features innovative fabric construction. Compare to the other curtains, our product is extremely SOFT and DRAPERY. The sophisticated designs allow you to decorate your windows with great styles. NEVER compare our Blackout Curtains with those cheap ones that are stiff and looks like a shower curtain. Blackout is perfect for : Late sleepers Shift workers Seniors Infants & parents Students Computer operators Care instruction : -Machine wash warm with like colors. -Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed. -Tumble dry low. -Warm iron as needed

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Draped
Draped
It's always interesting trying to figure out how my photos fit within the safety level on flickr. Boobs, for example, are subject to a wide variety of different opinions as to their offensiveness. I think that fair's fair. If it's OK to see a male naked chest, it's OK to see a female naked chest. And, just like it's still OK to see a chubby guy with a hairy chest in public, it's also still OK for women to nurse in public without harassment. Naturally, one might assume that I'm just expressing this opinion because I want to see women walking around topless all the time. Maybe that's true. But I like the idea of the "Topfree equality movement" anyway. And I like that there's a different term than just "topless". Art often refers to visceral, basic needs. Fire, to celebrate that which we harnessed to go from mildly intelligent monkey-things to industrious humans. Harvest and hunting and gathering, to celebrate that which allows us to continue to exist. And the presence of boobs in art goes all the way back to the beginnings of art with the Venus figurines. All with enlarged abdomens, hips, breasts, thighs, and vulva. All major and important parts of the baby-making factory that women end up carying around. One must respect the bits and bobs of the baby-making factory. Do you think we could fit a fully-automated semiconductor fab to make robots in that small and compact of a package? So I'm content to show bare breasts on models that are comfortable to have them shown. But does this offend everybody else? Hard to say. My new boss tells a story with a punch line of "Had I seen you surfing porn at work, that would be OK. But browsing for new toilets? That's just wrong!" Personally, I think that the hand-bra shots that people use to get around the shock and horror of seeing bare nipples are more offensively erotic. Strobist setup: One blue gelled Sunpak 622 synced by cable to the right. One orange gelled Vivitar 285HV optically slaved to the left.
Heads up big guy
Heads up big guy
He's only two weeks old and wanted no part of holding his own head so momma lent her finger and I cloned it out in post processing. *no babies were injured during this shoot :) Simple set up a basket filled with a blanket for comfort. Two feet behind him I had some blue fleece draped over a chair. Fur blanket (see comment below) on the floor for the pull back shots. Mom as the head holder.

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