Demonhood's Photo Conglomeration
Vacations & Adventures
Santa Barbara Area Events
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A Bygone Era
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Transitioning from the restaurant to the bar, the group pauses for a team huddle to discuss how to lose the guy with the camera.
: Don't feed me that bullshit Alex. C'mon, how much ya bench?
Following the light can be hazardous to your health. (hint: there's a bit of a drop off right there)
I know this has nothing to do with 'I Madonnari', but it impressed us as we were pulling up to the mission.
A closeup portion of a rather abstract piece. I think this was a woman running for some melons held by an evil albino elephant. But I may be wrong.
Granny the Genie has emerged to grant your shit-related wishes.
Lord Vader's hiding places for the imperial AT-ATs left something to be desired.
: There there Paka. It's ok. They didn't have to be so rough with you. Besides, what do they know. How can they be so sure that statues don't like full body massages?
Andy's new X-ray glasses were terrific. The only problem was concentrating really really hard on someone's face during a conversation instead of...
areas. Especially with Alex.
It's the simple things.
Apparently people went to Europe at some point. That, or an amazingly tall paper mache reconstruction.
Paka heartily endorses El Pollo Loco and all their products. Send him chickens. Dead or alive, it does not matter.
The real replenishing drink for hikers everywhere: alcohol.
Jen smugly thought my camera was out of batteries. Jen thought wrong.
(30 second exposure)
Levels adjusted in Photoshop. Much more like a daytime shot. And the oil platforms in the distance look like a small sun rising (on the wrong side of the earth).