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Take a twirl in the Axis of Rotation Mauve Pleated Maxi Skirt and watch as admirers start to orbit around you! Lightweight chiffon fabric has a pleated texture that begins below a high, banded waist. Maxi-length hem lends an elegant, sweeping silhouette.

Take a twirl in the Axis of Rotation Mauve Pleated Maxi Skirt and watch as admirers start to orbit around you! Lightweight chiffon fabric has a pleated texture that begins below a high, banded waist. Maxi-length hem lends an elegant, sweeping silhouette.

Lace Crop Top and Blush Pleated Maxi Under $30 - Sunshine & Stilettos Blog

Lace Crop Top and Blush Pleated Maxi Under $30 - Sunshine & Stilettos Blog

Wedding Guest Dresses For Every Seasons And Style ❤ See more: http://www.weddingforward.com/wedding-guest-dresses/ #weddings

Wedding Guest Dresses For Every Seasons And Style ❤ See more: http://www.weddingforward.com/wedding-guest-dresses/ #weddings

A horse is a true reflection of your deepest soul, of your energy and intention. Linda Kohanov - Tao of Equus

A horse is a true reflection of your deepest soul, of your energy and intention. Linda Kohanov - Tao of Equus

Horse noses are the best  I can still remember how my horse used to put her nose in the crook of my neck and just smell me.

Horse noses are the best I can still remember how my horse used to put her nose in the crook of my neck and just smell me.

This guide to photographic exposure aims to help you take full control of your camera. I often tell my students that I want them to move away from the idea

This guide to photographic exposure aims to help you take full control of your camera. I often tell my students that I want them to move away from the idea

Experimenting with the shutter speed is the best way to determine the correct shutter/aperture combination for your situation. In this case, the 1/60th version doesn't imply enough motion to be effective; the 1/30 & 1/15th versions are better. (Copyright 2010 / Andrew Boyd)

Experimenting with the shutter speed is the best way to determine the correct shutter/aperture combination for your situation. In this case, the 1/60th version doesn't imply enough motion to be effective; the 1/30 & 1/15th versions are better. (Copyright 2010 / Andrew Boyd)