In a world impoverished by disaster and the priorities of survival, we make what we need out of what we have and what we can find.
Genre is open for November. This month’s theme is Post-Apocalypse. The setting is a ring of decaying railroad boxcars in a secret canyon out in the scorched wilderness, holding everything you could need to look stylish for the Aftermath.
I welded crude goggles out of old tin cans. They aren’t fancy, but they’ll protect your eyes somewhat from the glare and the dust.
This one is called “Toma Sa” because that’s all you can read of the what’s left of the label – though there’s a bit of bar code still visible on one side.
Scrounged belts made a strap to buckle it around your head.
This one’s kind of pretty, I think – little floral bit left; I put it right over the nose.
Makes you wonder. What did they have WITH the beans, back then?
Filmed at the Great Fissure in the Wastelands. Special thanks to model Landru McCallen.