Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Splash

Beefy had to restrain me from shucking my shoes, hiking up my skirt, and splashing in the fountain. He’s afraid I’d land in jail. I think the worst that would happen is security would ask us to leave. What do you think? Jail time or just temporary banishment?


Shirt, Christopher and Banks (thrifted). Skirt, Leslie Faye (thrifted). Belt, thrifted. Shoes, BCBGeneration. Bag, Fossil (gift). Earrings, Target (spraypainted by me). Bracelets, thrifted, Tala’s Distant Treasures, and Garden of the Gods thrift shop. Rings, vintage and PuzzrollRings. Sunglasses, Walgreen's.





Photos by Beefy Muchacho Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 35 mm 1:1.8G lens

9 comments:

The Cheap Chick said...

What's the name of the fountain in downtown Cincinnati you CAN play in? I used to go there as a kid and I LOVED IT. But I can't remember the name...

Kasmira said...

The Tyler Davidson Fountain in Fountain Square? I've never seen anyone in the fountain, proper. But I have seen children in the little "bowls" of water at each corner.

Jeannie said...

Jail time for a bum, a gentle warning for a cute girl like you!

Jeannie said...

There used to be a fountain at Sawyer Point that you could play in...I'm pretty sure it's still there.

thelastcorral said...

I love, love, love, love, looovvve your shoes! Where did you get them?

Kasmira said...

That fountain is still there and open in the summer. They remodeled it, though. Now it's just a splash park. No standing water.

Kasmira said...

I bought them at Macys. Last pair my store had in June!

Beefy Muchacho said...

The fountain at One Lytle Place in Sawyer Point is probably the one you're thinking of The Cheap Chick...

When I was a kid it was awesome. there were some small pools in the fountain where you could even swim a little, and places where water cascaded down big steps.

Unfortunately, as Kasmira said, it's just a splashing kind of thing now, but still the only long-time "fountain" in the city where they encourage you to get in.

The Cheap Chick said...

I used to think it was the coolest thing ever. And let's face it, a fountain you are encouraged to go into, not stay out of? That IS the coolest thing ever!

Thanks Kasmira and Beefy!