Visible light, Alexander Harding

Blossom by Spencer Edwards

Blossom by Spencer Edwards

If I’ve learned anything from the on-again off-again relationship that I have with this “blog,” it’s that I need to include a light smattering of personal posts (if for no other reason than to keep my future self amused when I browse through old posts). 

I have not posted on this blog in a long time, and I would like to start doing so again. But it has been somewhere close to 2 years since my posting has been regular. I feel the need to re-introduce myself and add some depth behind the progression that naturally occurs. Therefore…

- I somehow feel more comfortable discussing myself with bullet pointed facts.

- I am 24 years old. I find this number to be entirely irrelevant in life.

- My current job absolutely bores me to tears. As of late I feel my attachment to the place dwindling, and both the work and the people are getting on my nerves.

- I have many goals. I can plan how I want my day/week/month/life to go down to the minute, but the moment something difficult or unsatisfactory crosses my path I am easily swayed from my goals and ambitions. It has taken me many years to understand this about myself, and I have yet to find a way to make an effective change. 

- Though I will admit to having taken a handful, taking/posting “selfies” makes me feel uncomfortable. 

- I am trying to find out what my purpose is. Out of 7 billion people, am I really here for a reason? I’m not particularly inspirational, political, outspoken, determined, motivated, etc. I don’t do or create anything. Is my purpose something simple, corny, and slightly depressing, like “to love and be loved”? I’ll let you know if I ever figure it out.

- I am in love. Somehow words like boyfriend, relationship, dating, etc. don’t really work for me. All are true, but the words are inadequate for explaining my “status.

  • I slowly stopped using my tumblr a few years ago. I kept it because it was nice to go back and look at myself in this format every one in a while. Today I came back and scrolled through my dashboard for the first time in years. I had forgotten how much creativity, inspiration, and general loveliness lives here. I'm glad most of my favorite blogs are still around. I promise not to go so long in between visits again.
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“Call Me Maeby” April 2013, Nylon Magazine

“Call Me Maeby” April 2013, Nylon Magazine

rusticsafari:

We Are India by Mikkel Bache
http://www.behance.net/bache

rusticsafari:

We Are India by Mikkel Bache

http://www.behance.net/bache

sosuperawesome:

Kevin Russ, Traveling And Paying The Bills With iPhoneography

A couple years ago I discovered Kevin Russ on Flickr. I love his portrait work and his use of natural light. I hadn’t seen much from him on Flickr in a while and just the other day I found out why. Kevin has been traveling the United States, shooting landscape photography with just his iPhone, and living off the print sales.

I must admit I am jealous of Kevin’s current life. He hops in his car, looks at a map of places he wants to go in this country, and takes off. When he gets there he photographs what he sees, predominantly landscapes and nature, and most of which he shoots on his iPhone. He is a contributor to iStockphoto as well as sells his prints on his Society 6 page. Check out his work, in my opinion it is absolutely beautiful. He also has a new flickr for his mobile photos, check it out! I think his work is a prime example of the fact that it isn’t about the camera, it’s about the photographer.

if all of my darling followers would also follow my blog for my clothing shop. I post some similar things to this blog, plus product I create and a bit more fashion-related posts. Thank you kindly!