transparent and dashing black man holding dangerously large dorito chip
'W.W. Who do you figure that is?'
Pumped for Sunday. Maybe this will make it into a print someday.
A view of the “Valley of the Shadow of Death” near Sevastopol, taken by Roger Fenton in March 1855. It was so named by soldiers because of the number of cannonballs that landed there, falling short of their target, during the Siege of Sevastopol
Girls don’t find it funny when you say that to them, I’ve found out.