Saturday, 20 June 2020

Random Gorgeousness.

Hello me darlins
I am not early with the garden post, but it has dawned on me that when I started this (my second) blog I did promise  -

"a pot-pourri of bizarre random objects d'art from the dusty attic of my mind. There will be a good smattering of Divas, gayness, gorgeousness, history and music"

I have been rather amiss in fulfilling that promise. My one and only non-garden post was 'Bona Sparkles' back in  November 2018 click here to have a look

So without any more waffle, here are a few gems that caught me eye on my more recent trolls around the World Wide Web.

The modern ballet
 Grace Jones, 1978 by Kate Simon
 I would be happy to give him a hand
 Dolores del Rio by Edward Steichen 1929
The adorable David Tennant as Mr.Crowley
 Yves Saint Laurent  1971
 Rudolph Nureyev in his apartment on Quai Voltaire, Paris
 Jude Law, 1997 - photo by Lord Snowden
 Life is full of decisions
 Prince Eugenie of Greece necklace
 Jean Harlow in Dinner at Eight 1933
 Jacey Elthalion
 Nikos Siranides as "Querelle"
 Rod Stewart and Elton John, 1973
 The lovely Anthony Perkins - 1960
 Mick Jagger, 1968 by Cecil Beaton
Elevator doors; DuPont Building in Miami (1939),
 Inspecting the tiles for repair ?
 The very gorgeous Sal Mineo

And finally as it is Mid Summer's Day - a nice little gardening outfit

Well there tiz me lovelies
Hope you enjoyed having a look




  1. You've certainly had a good Spring Clean of the "dusty attic of your mind" here, dear! Jx

    1. Just a small sample of the jumble that you would find there.

  2. I adore looking at collection of pictures like this. I especially love the picture of Jean idea of the perfect boudoir day.

    1. That is how imagine you my dear Agnes but with your signature and iconic turban and sunglasses.

  3. Sal Mineo - sigh! Thank you!

    1. Adorable and adored.
      I am sure I can rustle up a few more to keep you entertained Ms Scarlet.

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  5. Just where do I locate two ballet dancers like your very fine example?

    1. They are sweet aren't they.
      I love the attitude, Pure Camp in it's true sense.