music. art. school. books. movies. school. friends. family. sports. technology. history. love. breathe. happiness. excitement. birthdays. christmas. weekends. long walks. leaves fluttering in the wind. the taste of green tea. embraces after not seeing the other for years. meeting new people. smiling. breathe. death. depression. anxiety. loneliness. hunger. superficiality. wars. capitalism. mc donalds. betraying. lies. harm. drugs. racism. breathe. blood. violence. pop-culture destroying young children. environmental problems. corruption. crying. the entire planet.
breathe it all in, let it all get to you ... and you'll explode.
fantastic. definitely one of my top favorites of yours not only because of the amazing photo, but the even better description. You are honestly one of the most talented young artists I have ever had the pleasure of being able to see the work of regularly. I will never stop wanting to know what you are up to. simply...fantastic
To me, this is the most heart wrenching. I see you in darkness... Invisible and so much stuff and of course it wasn't all put there at once to overwhelm you but it may as well have because the light illuminates it all at once.. And the huge window with so much light and no curtains its cruel it's like the rest of the world is out there living and you're just having a moment and ugh... It's just how I see it. he window and the tree and the day light is the overwhelming part to me. If I wanted to express my life for the past 4 years, this photo would say it all.
really deep. What i hate about pop culture and songs these days is that so many of the songs that are popular now are just...disgusting...and kids are singing them or they're their favorite song. I know a girl in, like, second grade, and her favorite song is"whistle". and whenever i delve into pop music, i just need to shove my noise-cancelling earphones on and blast indie music. And with wars, it just scares me that the US is still at war with the middle-east and that the middle-east might have a nuke in their possesion. it's just way too dangerous. and i'm not ready to die.
this photo reminds me of those scenes in movies where a character is surrounded by a ton of sights and sounds and the camera is spinning around looking at everything and the noise keeps getting louder until suddenly the camera just focuses on the character and everything goes silent... if that made any sense...
this made ... made so much sense! so much! oh dear, this makes me want to get a new camera and shoot movies just even more! really. I love how "much" you saw in this picture and I'm even happier that you shared it with me. thank you.
i'm glad you understood what i meant. i think you'd be a wonderful cinematographer. i feel like you'd capture a much different perspective of the world than we usually see in movies. i love when someone can do that.