“It only hurts when I breathe
It only hurts when I try.
It only hurts when I think.
It only hurts when I cry.
It only hurts when I work
It only hurts when I play
It only hurts when I move.
It only hurts when I say
It’s just another day”—
“We wake up everyday with a list of wishes, and maybe we spend our lives trying to make those wishes come true. But just because we want them, doesn’t mean that we need them to be happy.”—Ned, Pushing Daisies (via quote-book)
“‘Come to the edge’, he said. They said, ‘We are afraid’. ‘Come to the edge’, he said. They came. He pushed them… And they flew.”—Guillaume Apollinaire (via: Erospainter) (via sleepanddream) (via quote-book)
“She had fallen in love so many times that she began to suspect she was not falling in love at all, but doing something much more ordinary.”—Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (via quote-book)
so i’ve always wanted to name my cameras. i’ve always wanted a lot of cameras and i’ve always wanted them to have names so that i could just ask for them by name or talk about them and people would know what i was talking about. and i finally did it!
ok. so here they are:
kodak duaflex iv: Frederick Douglass (freddie)
polaroid land camera: Barnaby (barney)
and my baby girl. canon eos rebel T1i: Eleanor
i still have to name my first digital rebel but i don’t know where she is. i have to spend some time with her before i give her a good name. but anyway. i felt like sharing. the end.
so i do this thing sometimes where i litterally cannot choose between two edited versions of the same photo. and today was one of those days. i don’t think this is any great shot or anything, i was just messing around. but which one do you like better, black and white or color?
“I don’t know if you’ve ever felt like that. That you wanted to sleep for a thousand years. Or just not exist. Or just not be aware that you do exist. Or something like that. I think wanting that is very morbid, but I want it when I get like this. That’s why I’m trying not to think. I just want it all to stop spinning.”—