Wednesday, November 5, 2008

There is a season...



It is deep into Autumn here on the East Coast. Each year, I look forward to the change in season and our beautiful foliage. After months of green the skyline changes to a sea of fiery oranges, reds, browns and yellows . It truly is a beautiful sight. As each leaf falls to the ground and a new season approaches, I am reminded how the world is in a perpetual state of change even when things seem the same. This post was never intended to be a commentary on the election. And its just now that I realize how much I had lost faith. For the first time in years, I'm excited about the change our country now faces. Tonight was historic. Even in the midst of crisis there is hope.

I have hope.

We have hope.

Model/Photographer: Vixie Rayna
Style Card:
Skin: Blowpop - Tuesday Honey 6c. Plum Portia (Black Freckle)
Hair: Truth - Jasmine in Smokey
Eyes: Miriel - Gray
Lashes: KM - Starry
Hat: Wild O - Hydrangea Hat
Skirt: Pididdle - Foliage **Not yet released**
Scarf: Nova - Cashmere in Burgundy
Shirt: Muism - Open Silk Hana in Black (Sleeves Only)
Muism - Cotton in Brown (Jacket Layer Only)
Tights: Veschi - Verticle Dots Tights in Brown
Shoes: Armidi Gisaci - Vidalia Pump in Dark Brown Croc
Earrings: Untone - Beyond Stud
Bracelet: Untone - Father
Poses: Animazoo - Female Pose 6.1

Thank you BRU for the awesomely inspirational skirt! Love you!!!! Long live Pididdle!

3 comments:

Sevenstar Amat said...

Yaaay! OBAMA!!!!

even I feel a release, and kind of new hope now, even I am not American. This election effects the whole world, and it is about time that a black president comes into the white house.
The black people have made their long way from the slave deportation ships into the presidency. I am happy for them, but still aware of the fact that Obama presents much more then that:)

hip hip hooray!

SySy Chapman said...

there is hope! I'm happy for your country and for the rest of the world. I watched with amazement..what an historic moment, fantastic!!!!!

Vixie Rayna said...

oh yes seven and sysy - it was truly an amazing surreal day to see your country unite for change. i'm glad the rest of the world sees this as a positive historic moment.