The funny thing about blogging is the questioning of the practice. I question that I have anything to share… to which I realize we all have something to share. To live is to share, right? We are taught it early… share, share, share. But as you age, you become self-conscious of what you share. You question everything, right down to the space and resources you use up to exist, and thereby your necessity or joy to share.
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It’s interesting how we circle around the same places and patterns throughout our lives. We are constantly seeking comfort even when it’s only temporary and sometimes even detrimental.
The push to get out of my comfort zone is always a challenge. It’s usually worth it in the long run but I still seek out the comforting beauty of these routines. And I can’t escape them ever. Because we are all connected, by place and people.
Home is a more complex word than you’d expect. And it’s often not just one place. The pieces are all around. I cling to each little bit.
i’m learning more and more every day to appreciate the present. this is one of the things that I have always enjoyed about shooting film.
i’ve gotten away from shooting and sharing film these last few years. i am coming back to it, back to this space, and back to flickr.
baby steps. here we go. rise and shine, world.
mamiya c33 / kodak ektar 100 / spring 2014 / home
this long neglected space has been in desperate need of an update. what better day to start than national cat day?
here is the story of my beloved cat and her surroundings on a pleasant spring day.
mamiya c33 | kodak ektar 100 | developed by citizen’s photo | scanned by me
my favorite shots to take are the ones that capture my everyday life… the normal things we take for granted.
time moves so fast that sometimes you miss the changes.
i love having a record of the things i would otherwise take for granted.
i hope you’re having a lovely weekend. i am.
don’t Mondays always seem to come too soon? i think we need to make three-day weekends mandatory. who’s with me?!
So here’s a tribute to my favorite three-legged furball. She’s the sweetest, cutest cat I know.
Happy weekend, friends!
Or, as Grace would say, meow!
When I stepped out of my apartment one morning last week, the light in the hallway stopped me in my tracks. This is one of the things that I’ve learned from photography. In a way, it’s like sports … keep your eye on the ball. With photography, keep your eye on the light. Light is everything.
I hope you have a lovely day. It’s Friday, after all!