FOLLOW

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This slightly  overcast fall day I woke up to a loud thump, a transformer blew and then dead silence. It was hot, stuffy and hard to breathe without central air and I was nursing a post film premiere hangover from The Alamo Drafthouse and The Highball.
Watching the film premiere of FOLLOW , by Austin’s own Owen Egerton,  was the perfect way to spend a rare Black Moon evening.  Disturbingly dark hints of Lynch and Hitchcock. I highly recommend it.

 

 

FOLLOW

Happy Inktober

Happy  1st Day of October. Countdown ’til Halloween.

I always celebrated each day as pre-Halloween build up growing up in the Northwest. Fall rituals included toasting marshmallows around large bonfires in the woods, ghost stories around the fire, walking through pumpkin patches getting lost in corn mazes, crunching crisp orange and red leaves under foot, early morning fog rolling in, carving gourds and pumpkins into gruesome jack’o’lanterns, baking Halloween treats from cookies to witch breads, hot cocoa and black jelly beans.

Inktober 2016  Challenge
Day One: Oct. 1st, 2016

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Happy Inktober

Once in a Black Moon

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Friday night a second New Moon makes it’s appearance…but this is not a a bad omen moon, in fact it’s good juju invoking the misunderstood rebellious Dark Goddess Lilith herself. She refuses to be dominated or controlled by anyone. She was unfairly cast as a demon and suffered the projections of others who wanted dominion over her.

Serpent tailed tongue she wanted to bring Knowledge to other women but was cast as Satan himself and exiled from The Garden of Eden.

 

Once in a Black Moon