Scripting on the sails.

Last year I saw a lot of people doing some #PhotoChallenge, 30, 60 or 365 days of whatever daily photos. I pretty much do this all the time with my Tumblr account, and have been for almost 2 years now.

It’s all the fingerprints in the places. 2017 pushed a lot of buttons, and fine tuned tons of emotions. You just really have to take responsibility for the good and bad. And it’s written all over the place. Again like I’ve said – make your place and find your time. You and only you, are the pilot of moving forward.

“Don’t worry when I argue with you. Worry when I stop.” – Anonymous


Don’t bore me, just give me more gray.

“Life is all about change. If it were static, think about how boring it would be. You can’t be afraid of it, and you can’t worry that you’ll mess things up. You deserve good things, and I want to be one of them”. – Elle Hopkins, Impulse

// Photography from my Tumblr: Red All Over  //

Tumbled into Tumblr, wow this place is a mess.

I started a Tumblr account to keep a photo journal recently. No writing, or maybe the occasional quote… All B/W photos of traveling or road stuff while I’m out. I’ve begun to realize although Tumblr has been around for a long time I never really began to find its appeal.

Recently I ran across some quite dark pages, dealing with things like depression, anorexia, anxiety disorders and pretty much anything all related since they feed you posts by your tags. I admire the boldness of the writing and posts I’ve seen. I’m sure WordPress has similar communities but the format is more Twitter-ish (micro-blogging). Even though some of it is quite direct, there is a clarity of truth in a lot of it.

Raw understanding in writing or photos I think is rare. While managing life in a whirlwind of problems at once, sometimes a blind understanding eye or ear is a helpful and welcomed thing.