Originally posted on ooamerica: ooa's USA Road Trip:
Third set of American ‘portraits’ featuring interviewees during the USA road-trip(s): I’ve chosen to group together Florida and the Gulf (New Orleans).
The following blurb of text is the same for other posts in this American portraits series, spare yourself the second read and please share!
These will serve as way of introduction for some of the interviewees featured in the movie and hopefully give viewers an idea of the demographics encountered – and through that shed light on the possible biases or commonalities in the selection of people met along the road, as well as their answers. Though I sought to interview a wide array of people from different socio-cultural backgrounds, I’m aware of some of the limitations or under-representations in the selection of people featured (ie: fewer women than men were willing to be interviewed on camera, and some ‘types’ of people such as public servants or perhaps more influential people are less likely to give an interview to a road-running stranger driving across the country in a white minivan – nobody should, really).
This blogger turned her pearl necklace into a belt. What vintage clothing or accessories are you transforming?
Originally posted on Frogpearl - the work behind:
A continuation of a post I made a couple of weeks ago: You can find new ways to use the clothes and accessories you already own and in that way make your wardrobe a lot more fun! This is my dose of creativity; I transformed my lovely pearl necklace and turned it into a belt. The creative mode also made me draw a bit on my wrist, I guess one idea triggers another…
Kids Vintage Kitchen Playset