Thoughts

Of Sunrises and Forgiveness

Of Sunrises and Forgiveness

♥ Photography’s blessing and curse is that it can bend reality — a curse in that it creates unattainable ideals, a blessing in that you can choose to look back on imperfect times with a more forgiving filter. . . Clumps of mud can look like a cluster […]

From “Why” to “Why Not”

From “Why” to “Why Not”

© Gaya |  It’s a few minutes before midnight. I’m sitting here at an airport lounge: munching on nuts, coffee already gone cold, laptop open, no immediate plans to sleep despite the lateness of the hour, having already taken a 30-minute nap in sitting position […]

The Painted Hall

The Painted Hall

SGMT | Painted Hall, London  — Exactly a year ago, at the Painted Hall of the Old Royal Naval College, London. It was our first day out and about in London. Our friends had asked us where we wanted to go and we’d said we’d […]

It’s Not About Where You’ve Been

It’s Not About Where You’ve Been

♥ ♥ If there’s one thing I’ve learned from my travels this year, it’s this. It’s not about what you’ve seen or where you’ve been. It’s about what you thought when you saw it. It’s about how you felt when you got there. It’s about who you were […]

We love you too, Pluto.

We love you too, Pluto.

Pluto was still a proper planet when I was in grade school; it has since been demoted to a dwarf planet. This image seems to be Pluto saying, “I still love you, Earth, despite everything.” We love you too, Pluto. ♥♥♥

Today, I Hate Traveling

Today, I Hate Traveling

There is one time when I really, really hate traveling…