This is where I complain a little bit.
On Thanksgiving I came down with a terrible sinus infection brought on by my allergies. This sinus infection has morphed into the sickness of the century. Yesterday I was lightheaded, had a terrible headache, was nauseous and stuffy and coughing. Today I fell asleep for hours after my morning class and could barely breathe.
I’m exhausted. I’m going through a break up, I’m sick and this is the most crucial time of the year. I have a huge department critique coming up, my emotions are crazy and I have finals upon finals to do.
I will make it out okay. But all of this happening at once is not what I need in my life right now.
In this semester alone I have written more essays than I think in my whole college career combined.
Three 12 page papers, and tonight I’m working on a 8 page paper.
what. the. fuck.
Studying for finals during your senior year
I find myself lost
Asking questions about whether or not it was the right thing
I can’t tell, it’s been too long since just me.
I’m dependent and that drives me crazy
I don’t know what really makes me happy
Fuck fuck fuck this is hard
I’m a bad woman to keep
Make me mad, I’m not here to please
Paint me in a corner but my colour comes back
Once you go black, you never go back
I’m a black sheep
"Atmosphere and lighting are very important to me. When I photograph en contre-jour, what I am trying to do is capture the soul or aura of the subject rather than the subject itself… I guess that is the reason why people say that my lighting is unique." Rinko Kawauchi
Good photographs, like all great art, resonate with the viewer long after seeing the actual work. Recently, I happened upon the work of Rinko Kawauchi and found myself drawn into her world of color and light. The images have never left me. Beguilingly simple, Kawauchi’s photographs tell stories, ask questions, and reflect broader themes. And when pulled together into a wonderfully edited book or a slideshow these images take on a greater power. Take note: Rinko Kawauchi is one of Japan’s finest working photographers, and, I suspect, one we’ll continue hearing more about. Lane Nevares
Wes Anderson - Castello Cavalcanti (x)
I can’t believe this is a (loose) advertisement. It’s beautiful.
I like it, like it out of control
this medicine gives me vertigo
whoa you’re giving me the spins