I'll admit right off the bat; I am now a wearer of sunglasses. Half the time I find them an inconvenience somehow or just not attractive enough or necessary enough to warrant use.
Lately that's been changing. I find myself out and about a lot more than I used to. My photography work especially, takes me outdoors and into the bright sun more than a little often. So it was likely very good timing that Firmoo (a company that deals in very attractive, high-end glasses and sunglasses) contacted me to inquire if I was interested in doing a product review for a pair of free prescription glasses frames OR sunglasses!
A Global online optical store that specializes in prescription lens frames and sunglasses, with a varied and extensive menu of awesomeness to choose from for both men and women at affordable prices for some really stylish products. As an extra perk, first-time customers may apply for a gratis pair of frames or sunglasses to get a clearer idea on the level of quality presented.
Having received them in October, I find the Canadian days to be staying just as bright, if not twice as cold. Sunglasses are still a must and so it was with some excitement that I tore open my little delivery box to find these tucked snugly inside:
While it's true that I was able to choose the glasses I was interested in myself (an added bonus, thank you Firmoo!), what I didn't expect is just how good they would look. On and off my face, these are a sexy little pair of sunglasses. Having arrived with a bonus black safety case, green wipe-cloth, and little black carrying-cover. Additionally, Firmoo included a took kit. Considering the trouble I have with the screws coming undone on my prescription regular glasses, I can appreciate the extra effort that went into this little package.
I chose lovely black frames, elegant, stylish, and of Italian design. In person, these do not disappoint. Besides their obvious aesthetic appeal over other brands, I found them to be a very good fit. I've found in times past that many sunglasses simply don't shape to my face as much as I would like. It seems like a petty nitpick: but if you're trying to balance yourself to get a good photograph while trying avoid the glint of the sun in your eyes and find your sunglasses falling off your face and your work disrupted by sudden sun-blindness, Firmoo is definitely there for you! A perfect fit.
In-depth theories, analysis, and scares continue. Feel free to submit your Slender-theories! Fourth in the series of of my FearPlay's of the Slenderman's Shadow maps. This is the fourth map, "Mansion".
The second in the Stairwell LP's. I personally found this one MUCH better than SCP-087 was. A lot more going on, a lot creepier. Definitely re-play value to be had if you like being scared! And we didn't even have to climb 160 floors to get there! :D
Second in the series of SCP-087 simulators. A free, first-person exploration horror game based on the popular "Stairwell" 087 entry at the SCP Foundation: http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-087