Tuesday, 4 September 2012

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heeeeeellllllllllloooooooo.
SAW MOONRISE KINGDOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

it is so completely excellent and made me so very sad.

I don't know why.

And I was getting majorly peeved at all the annoying adults behind me, who seemed extremely excited to be seeing a quirky film. That they felt the desperate desire to laugh at every single thing that came onto the screen. HA HA HA HA a record player. HA HA HA HA (hysterical laughter) children thinking for themselves HA HA HA HA (now in tears from how very hilarious indeed that notion is.)

Well. The movie, even though I thought it was amazing from the very first scene, made me in a grumpy mood. WHY WHY WHY??? now I am really interested and minorly obsessed with a movie's ability to make me feel like that.

oh well. maybe I'm getting my period or something.

well....
Continuing on from the eerie spring vibes from last time. I have some excellent photos that, to me, fit in perfectly with everything that has been inspiring me lately.

First, are the photos my bro took of me a while ago. When I very kindly forced  him to. (also, I have adopted a new method for photos. I take a video with my ipod of myself and then take screenshots to TA DA! get snazzy "high definition" photo (sarcasm)


 (being a creepo)

 (corny photo effects)
 (attempted wistfullness)

(after my brother refused to take anymore photos of me)



AND. although they were not eerie at all (I really need a new word. Thesarus AHOYH!)

OKay. Although those photos were not spectral, phantasmal, ghostly or haunting. Here are some photos which probably don't seem eerie any of those things, but trust me, I was TOTALLY FREAKED OUT MAN when we were there.

Yes. For father's day my dad decided to go for a "drive in the country" (something which contrary to my belief, actually requires you to get out of the car, despite the misleading title.)

SO we went to HANGING ROCK!!! Your probably all unamazed, but seriously, even though I have NEVER EVEN SEEN THE MOVIE, I have read a synopsis on wikipedia, which is basically the same thing, except FREAKIER because wikipedia makes everything sound all scary.

So without further ado, here are the excellent (sarcasm) photos I took on Sunday:

Oh my gosh! It's 8:13 right now!!! How creepy is that????

 (look at my wild shadowy hair)
(can't you feel the creepy aura eminating through the screen??)

 (ohhhhh, memorial crosss. Not pastellish pink enough for me)
 (super duper edited photo alert)

 (a super cool hippie girl we saw hula hooping on the side of the road. This was a veeeeeerrrry sneaky photo Seriously I would be a great stalker.)




(a book I got from a second hand book shop. Book shops reeeeeaaaaalllly make me need to pee for some reason. by the time we got home I was dangerously close to exploding)





Well. Now that you've seen all those super duper professional photos (sarcasm), now might be an appropriate time to tell you....

We didn't actually go to hanging rock.

um.
I was too scared.


We just kind of mushed around the mountains around hanging rock. I did a great Man vs Wild impression on a bushwalk we took though.

yep.

anyway, you had to pay 15 bucks to get into hanging rock.

I'm not paying $15 to dissapear.

How do you spell disapear???

LOVE AND SARCASM
carla:)


9 comments:

  1. YAY moonrise kingdom! It mad me angry too the first time I saw it, most likely because it was so incredibly perfect and aesthetically pleasing that I just WANTED MY LIFE TO BE LIKE THAT. It's what usually happens to me when I see great movies, hear great music, go into amazing but expensive stores...or, mainly, If I see anything involving Tavi. Oh well. x

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  2. Have I mentioned how much I love your blog lately?

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  3. I am so jealous! I want to see that movie SO BADLY ARRRGH! I love your outfit! I have floral tights too!
    ~maren~

    flowyshirtsminiskirts.blogspot.ca

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  4. I love your red ukulele so much. It is awesome. And your socks. And your clothes.

    Moonrise Kingdom also made me kind of sad, because I knew that my life would never be as cool as Suzy's, that I could never have as nice dresses as her or as cute little brothers as her or mainly, that I couldn't marry Sam Shakusky.

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  5. Thanks for following me, i may have said that already. I love your wild styles.

    I am moving my style blog stuff over to my main blog, http://rosesandvellum.blogspot.com.au/ and I would love if you'd follow me there! :)

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  6. Gurl. You are freaking awesome. I am honored to have a cool follower like you.

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  7. Hey dudebro!! You take amazing pictures (and guess what? EVERYONE EDITS THEIRS AND THEY DONT LOOK HALF AS AMAZING AS YOURS!!! need to use new word other than amazing...)!!! Also you almost went to hanging rock?! Can I BE you (ummm less sketchy than it sounds... I swear)?! The giant cross looks literally creepily like the best, kitch-ist, weirdest, spookest thing ever....
    xoxo
    Charlotte

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  8. oh god... what the f ______ . I don't think I've come across a weird girl, a real real-time one, in a long time.

    what is with the obsession with hanging rock? can someone young please write to me and explain this. please. what is this a symbol of? romance with some spiritual? please... I went to the school, I heard all the stories. one including a bathtub and a pregnancy. ahhh I guess this is what people feel like when they become a troll. no, happy lives to you all. here's an innards secret. go to the school. know it's magical. the entire land is fucking magical. no matter how much the school was shit.. it was truly a magical place. oh fuck.

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