redboudoirgirl:

Dance steps to TDM private party:
Side step (ss) right 1 2 3 4
Ss R 1 2 3 4 click
Ss L 1 2 3 4 
Ss L 1 2 3 4 click
Fwd 1 2 3 4 
Bwd 1 2 3 4 click
Ss R 1 2 3 4 
Ss R 1 2 3 4 
Fancy leg L 1 2 R 3 4
Fancy leg L 1 2 really fancy R 3 4
Backkick 1 2 cross ss L 3 4
Cross ss L 1 2 3 4
Panda…

Can we please get a video tutorial anyone? Pretty please with red string on top!

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New obsession needed

So with my Drowned Man itch never to be scratched again and Sleep No More interest waning, I need a new obsession. For the first time in three years nothing is drawing me anywhere. As someone who lives in a not so small town in Iowa, I need something to keep me going; something to look forward to. It’s not there and the absence is freaking me out. So dear followers ( you are few but I love everyone of you) , go! Inbox me , reblog, smoke signal.

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templestudios:

More snapshots from Temple Studios… I can only hope someone, somewhere, took proper footage of the beauty of these dances and that space (and if so, I hope they share it with everyone who lived in that dream!).

Keep them coming, forever!

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templestudios:

Another batch of early run TDM photos. As thefoolsloop pointed out, these are professional and I didn’t take them - I’ve never taken photography or videos inside Temple Studios. One time I took a notebook in, thinking I’d take notes, and then instantly forgot it for the whole duration of the show and never tried again.

These really are some of the best pictures of TDM. And oh how I miss David Essing.

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templestudios:

I have some photos lying around my computer I’m not sure have been posted so I’ll share them in batches. I think they must be from quite early in the run.

These are just incredible! Who? How? I applaud you!

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bookpickings:

Tales of the Macabre

Edgar Allan Poe

French artist Benjamin Lacombe’s hauntingly beautiful illustrations for Poe’s Tales of the Macabre

bookpickings:

Tales of the Macabre

Edgar Allan Poe

French artist Benjamin Lacombe’s hauntingly beautiful illustrations for Poe’s Tales of the Macabre

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Happy bday!

So the night was going fine till the end. Life seems to love to slap my in the face to remind me that I’m old. Yeah 36! Fuck this!

Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty Exhibit at the Met Museum.

Loved this exhibit!

(Source: highfashionhautecouture)

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scorchedthesnake:

I mean, worse things have happened in that building.

So does this mean they are going to be holding hands and blocking stairways?

scorchedthesnake:

I mean, worse things have happened in that building.

So does this mean they are going to be holding hands and blocking stairways?

(Source: bloodwillhavebloodtheysay)

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I keep wandering the forest of indecision, hoping for a glimmer in the distant pond. I wade out into the water looking for the knife to stab into the heart of my former self so that I can emerge from the pond new: clean and reborn. Instead I sink to the sandy bottom, reaching for that glimmering hope. A drowned man.

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Hecate on an Altoid tin! Curiously strong mints that bring tears to your eyes.

Hecate on an Altoid tin! Curiously strong mints that bring tears to your eyes.

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templestudios:

"Conrad Scherer! Wait! …I’ve always wanted to tell you… How wonderful you are." - D.G. 
Thank you Adam Burton for creating some of the most compelling and beautiful scenes in The Drowned Man.

This is amazing!

templestudios:

"Conrad Scherer! Wait! …I’ve always wanted to tell you… How wonderful you are." - D.G.

Thank you Adam Burton for creating some of the most compelling and beautiful scenes in The Drowned Man.

This is amazing!

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Not sue which is worse: mourning the things that have past or the things that could have been.

The first are filled with memories of happiness and the second are filled with hope.

At least the happiness happen. The hope never really existed, just a mirage in the distance.