Sunday, November 15, 2020

Sunday Laundry Day

Does anyone else enjoy laundry day as much as I do? I wish I had more laundry to do! I say that, but I only enjoy doing my laundry. I can't say I'd have as much fun washing others' dirty clothes!

Happy Sunday everyone! What are your plans for the day that marks both the end of the weekend and the beginning of the week?

Thursday, November 12, 2020

Classic Hurrell

Most people who are into vintage or love old Hollywood are also fans of the black and white classic photography styles of George Hurrell. I am no exception. 

I played around with some light and shadows to create these portraits. I couldn't do much movement with the lighting, since I was shooting in a space not much wider than the chair I was sitting in. But overall, I think I did well for my limited abilities.

Though I am topless in most of the photos I feel like they still hold the elegance and charisma that the classic noir photos had back when Hollywood was Hollywood! So enjoy these censored photos. I do have the uncensored ones posted on my OnlyFans.

Forgive me for always posting/linking to my OnlyFans. It is now the base of my operations and everything I post online is posted in full there. I still think that readers of this blog can enjoy the content even if it is posted in a "sample" manner.

Thank you for reading!!




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Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Surrender Dorothy

Last month I had a wonderful time doing a Dorothy bound from Wizard of Oz using what I had on hand at home. I thought this was a delightfully modern/vintage way to portray the 1939 version of Dorothy Gale that MGM brought to life! Notably her ruby slippers, or in my case my ruby roller skates!

I had this gingham blue playsuit I originally bought for summer skating outside. My friend Pony happened to mention that it reminded her of Dorothy and at that moment my mind took off to do a Dorothy bound. I was happy to be able to reuse my brown long wig I purchased for my Amy Fisher Burlesque act I did for Tease & Tails' True Crime 2: Crimes of Passion. Though it had bangs, as opposed to Dorothy's rolled back locks, I was happy just to "get my money's worth" from this wig. I remembered I had a pair of vintage 1950's red pumps that would look lovely with the gingham playsuit. While not the cinematic ruby sequined slippers, it still conveyed the overall look. While hoping I had some light blue socks that didn't clash with the playsuit, I happened by my roller skates. How PERFECT!! The red suede boots and red wheels would give my Dorothy a more personal touch! I then found a faux wicker purse to complete the look simulating her basket. Lastly as a small detail to the original book by L. Frank Baum, I picked up my (teal) green heart shaped glasses to pay homage to the Emerald City. You see, The Emerald City was such because one had to wear emerald colored glasses in the city making everything appear that jubilant green!

So off Pony and I went to The Velveteen Rabbit here in Las Vegas. They just remodeled their back patio which to their description was a Polly Pocket heaven. The mural on the wall had bold floral designs, which worked even better for me as I noticed there were poppies painted in the mix!

I really enjoyed doing this look and wouldn't mind doing it again just for fun! It's too bad that the MGM casino/hotel renovated it's inner decor years ago and removed all the references to Oz. What a fun place to have strolled around in!


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Saturday, October 24, 2020

Witch of the Thicket


While not a traditional "vintage" post, this photo set does have me wearing my self sewn senior prom dress! So it's nearly vintage now!!

Just in time for the spookiest night of the year!


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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Cadillac Dreams

Recently Burlesque Legend (and Vegas resident) Big Fannie Annie died. My friend Anita Brassiere, was one of only a few of Fannie's "Burlesque Daughters" and thus was trusted with selling Fannie's car. It was only fitting that Anita came up with an idea of doing a 70's vibe photoshoot with the car and to use sex appeal to sell it. Fannie would have loved it! So Anita asked me along with fellow Burlesquer, Ily Royale to pose with the car and we had a stupidly great time doing it!

The Brains behind the shoot - Anita Brassiere. The Booty behind the behind - Ily Royale. The Bitch behind the edits - Darkbloom Imagery (me).

Fun fact, I had hurt my leg the day before this shoot and because of that I found myself unable to stop while cruising really fast down a hill and completely ate it in the grass! I am really upset and hurt no one got it on video! It was an epic wipeout! I am glad that it didn't keep me from shooting this set! It was hilarious, but I'm still hurting from it today!



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This is one of those rare -- straight hair sets for me! Not sure if you will ever see it again! :-D




Also, Anita's ad for the car is too great NOT to share!



1998 Pearl White Cadillac Deville. Drives like a dream!

The last owner of this amazing car was burlesque legend Big Fannie Annie. She was larger than life and so is her car.

Check out the capable hand controls to help you grab the road with ease.
Large soft front seats with room to spread out, and an ample backbench to bring your friends along for the ride. Friends got junk in the trunk? Don't worry, now you have space!
Get the shock of your life with all the electric features of this dream ride! Including a cassette tape player and ashtrays on the back doors.

126,026 miles at the time of the photos.
$3,500

Need more photos of the car? All you have to do is ask. (Serious inquires only)

Makeup:
Powder: Generic Mineral Powder
Eyeshadow: Generic Palette & ColourPop - Blowin Smoke
Outfit:
Romper: Retro romper - Amazon
Socks: Modern - Amazon
Skates: Moxi Lolly - Moxi Skate Shop


Rest in Peace
Big Fannie Annie
photo by Ed Barnas