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We adore seeing most of all: New steampunk outfits, gorgeous clothes bought or handmade , modified props, lovely home wares. We also don't mind interesting art, fine film and literature, and news items of note as long as fashion has something to do with it. Steam themed events are also beloved, providing you note what country and state the event is in. The sun never sets on Steamfashion, after all.
Now on to eye candy so you who have seen this all at one point have something new to look at.
The hat and veil are so pretty...
- Current Mood: working
That's a snake. On me. At Prometheus Bound. As celrya mentioned, Prometheus Bound is a bi-monthly steam club run around Brisbane, Australia. Saturday was their 2nd Birthday bash, and we were treated to many delights. Her name is Luna and she's a Darwin Python, which is a type of non-venomous constrictor common to the northern end of Australia.
My apologies for the phone quality of the photos. No one told me there would be snakes so I didn't bother to wrangle a camera.
Now, for the reptile enthusiasts in the audience, I'd like to note that the venue was a multi roomed affair and the snakes were at the quiet end of the club. Prom tends to shy away from doofy music, so the worst the serpents had to deal with is some gypsy folk stylings from Greshka. It's also summer here, so they were nice and warm all night. PB has a standing no-flash rule, so snakies were rarely exposed to flash (like any rule, some folk either aren't aware or don't care about it.) There were also two handlers present the whole time. Lastly, the snakes weren't really handled, per se. People just sorta stood around and let the snakes move as they saw fit, from person to person. They were usually only lifted and moved about if they migrated onto people who were less than impressed with them.
( I love the sexy slither of a lady snake.Collapse )
- Current Location:brisbane, australia