-trying to only take pictures of things and moments that move me, rather than things i ‘should’ photograph
-outside, digging by james vincent mcmorrow
-thinking on the experiences of newness: the child in this photograph is only 2 years young, and today i ate fruit off a tree for the first time.
in other news
-i will be in portland in 2 days - any suggestions?
i rarely read rookie mag, but their fresh use of imagery is so dang good. yall youths got it down.
amy — my partner in crime for a buttload of shenanigans
the sky had a party tonight and it looked heavenly
when amy and i first saw hints of golden cloud coming over the hill i thought it was a fire, and then it loomed closer and lingered overhead, towering over us, ablaze. it wasn’t a fire (it later came to pass), but it was brilliant, textured, dimensional — and it was massive.
it was beautiful and scary at the same time.
"sometimes you fear things — not necessarily because they’re scary, but because they’re so magnificent and awesome. like if you were in the ocean next to a blue whale you’d know it’s completely harmless, but you’d probably still be scared out of your mind."
"To be a great photographer, you have to love what you’re photographing more than photography itself."
— Josh & Meg Souder Photography, via andrewdavidkuo
Learning to that love must behind all that I do all over again — like going back to square one, except now I am more convinced there is only ever one square.
THESE BIRDS WALK / Directed by Omar Mullick & Bassam Tariq