Posted: October 27, 2013 Filed under: 1960s, inspiration, Music, photography, Photos, psychedelic, Rock n Roll | Tags: inspiration, inspiring, lou reed, music, pale blue eyes, r.i.p., raton rose, rock and roll, she's my lil rock n roll, velvet underground
Thanks for all the amazing, inspiring, and life changing songs you left the world and all your fans. May you rest in peace.
Posted: October 12, 2013 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: 60s 1960s, 70s 1970s, bianca jagger, black sabbath, brain jones, charlie watts, charlotte martin, chrissie shimpton, Color, eric clapton, foxy lady, george harrison, jim morrison, jimi hendrix, june child, keith moon, keith richards, marc bolan, mick jagger, ozzy osborn, photography, Photos, pink floyd, raton rose, ringo star, rock and roll, she's my lil rock n roll, stevie nicks, the beatles, the doors, the jimi hendrix experience, the rolling stones
Just some sweet rock and roll eye candy…
Mick and Bianca Jagger
Marc Bolan & June Child
Brian and Mick
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Mick and Keith
Keith and Charlie
Charlotte Martin and Eric Clapton
Mick Jagger and Chrissie Shrimpton
Jimi Hendrix and a foxy lady
Posted: October 11, 2013 Filed under: Film, photography, Photos, psychedelic, Rock n Roll | Tags: apache, babes, cemetery, colma, corgi, day, Film, floppy hat, Grave yard, guardian angel, hana haley, hearts, love, night, Omar Hernandez, pagan altar, photography, Photos, Polaroids, r.i.p., raton rose, rock and roll, s.f., she's my lil rock n roll, the impossible project, the rolling stones, the thinker
Some polaroids from the last few months.
My Keith Richards/The Stones wall
Night Time Walk Shot by Hana Haley
Omar and Some Fish
Summer Day Omar and I
Omar and Casey
Grave Yard Picnic
My Guardian Angel
Casey and I
Kitty and Her Cigarette
Omar and His Best Friend
The Night We Saw The Rolling Stones!
Posted: October 8, 2013 Filed under: 1970s, fashion, Music, Parties, Rock n Roll, vintage | Tags: 70's 70s 1970s, documentary, Film, girls, groupie, groupies, joe crocker, nyc, plaster casters, rock and roll, sf
A 1970s documentary on Groupies. I have been looking forward to watching this film for sometime now but sadly found it more depressing and annoying then inspiring… but there are some good bits and its interesting non the less.