My Photo Sketchbook
This is where I'll be uploading pictures from my phone...reminders of thoughts and feelings, images I like, people I see and ideas I had. I just want to be in that moment.
My Photo Sketchbook
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creativemornings:

thelivingartist:


If you imagine less, less will be what you undoubtedly deserve. Do what you love, and don’t stop until you get what you love. Work as hard as you can, imagine immensities, don’t compromise, and don’t waste time. Start now. Not 20 years from now, not two weeks from now. Now.

-Debbie Millman, Look Both Ways



Debbie Millman. Watch her CreativeMornings talk on ten things she wish she knew when she graduated college here. →
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Friends who check-in together, dine together. #lilone #littlesister
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Hanging in San Mateo with @joycelynloc. Snacking before we eat Cuban!! 😍😍😍😍😍#sisterday
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"When you grow up as a girl, the world tells you the things that you are supposed to be: emotional, loving, beautiful, wanted. And then when you are those things, the world tells you they are inferior: illogical, weak, vain, empty."
Stevie Nicks (via angelingus)
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goodtypography:

Very Little is Needed to Be Happy
Handwritten typography 3.1.14 photohttp://accidental-typographer.tumblr.com/
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creativemornings:

"Art is just art. Art is making. It’s just doing. It’s delightful. Stop judging yourself."
— Kevin O’Malley.
Watch the talk.
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nprfreshair:

Today an avalanche on Mt. Everest killed 12 Nepalese Sherpas. According to The Guardian, the accident occurred while the Sherpas were fixing ropes for other climbers in an extremely dangerous ice fall area. Tourism ministry spokesman Mohan Krishna Sapkota says they were preparing the route for the climbing season that starts later this month. 
Grayson Schaffer, senior editor for Outside Magazine, wrote an article last year called Disposable Man about the extreme risk Sherpas face and what little financial protection they have—for themselves and for their families—if they are injured, maimed or killed on the job. 

Schaffer spoke to Fresh Air last summer about the dangerous work Sherpas do on Everest:

"The thing to understand about the Sherpa workforce is that there’s no other tourism industry in the world that so frequently kills and maims its workers for the benefit of paying clients. And it’s something that people haven’t yet connected the dots on. That a 1 percent mortality rate for someone choosing to climb a mountain is acceptable, but a 1 percent mortality [rate] for the people that they rely on to get their stuff up the mountain as a workplace safety statistic is outrageous. …
If you’re a Western climber, you’re climbing the mountain once and you’re done. If you’re a Sherpa, you’re doing lap after lap after lap through this roulette wheel of hazards that we know has a death rate, long term, of 1.2 percent, and that number makes climbing Everest as a Sherpa more dangerous than working on a crab boat in Alaska. It makes it more dangerous than being an infantryman in the first four years of the Iraq War. The thing that hides that number is that the season is relatively short … and [has] a relatively small workforce.”


Photograph by Cory Richards, National Geographic 

This made me so sad. :(
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1ill510:

From up high in the clouds to down low in the tunnels, New York is full of wonder. Both make you realize that you are just a wee part of this world, and both display just what humanity is capable of. Very rad.
This will be my last post of NYC for at least the next couple posts, gotta show some love to the left coast then Ill bounce back to the East. Gots lots more to share.
1ill510:

From up high in the clouds to down low in the tunnels, New York is full of wonder. Both make you realize that you are just a wee part of this world, and both display just what humanity is capable of. Very rad.
This will be my last post of NYC for at least the next couple posts, gotta show some love to the left coast then Ill bounce back to the East. Gots lots more to share.
1ill510:

From up high in the clouds to down low in the tunnels, New York is full of wonder. Both make you realize that you are just a wee part of this world, and both display just what humanity is capable of. Very rad.
This will be my last post of NYC for at least the next couple posts, gotta show some love to the left coast then Ill bounce back to the East. Gots lots more to share.
1ill510:

From up high in the clouds to down low in the tunnels, New York is full of wonder. Both make you realize that you are just a wee part of this world, and both display just what humanity is capable of. Very rad.
This will be my last post of NYC for at least the next couple posts, gotta show some love to the left coast then Ill bounce back to the East. Gots lots more to share.
1ill510:

From up high in the clouds to down low in the tunnels, New York is full of wonder. Both make you realize that you are just a wee part of this world, and both display just what humanity is capable of. Very rad.
This will be my last post of NYC for at least the next couple posts, gotta show some love to the left coast then Ill bounce back to the East. Gots lots more to share.
1ill510:

From up high in the clouds to down low in the tunnels, New York is full of wonder. Both make you realize that you are just a wee part of this world, and both display just what humanity is capable of. Very rad.
This will be my last post of NYC for at least the next couple posts, gotta show some love to the left coast then Ill bounce back to the East. Gots lots more to share.
1ill510:

From up high in the clouds to down low in the tunnels, New York is full of wonder. Both make you realize that you are just a wee part of this world, and both display just what humanity is capable of. Very rad.
This will be my last post of NYC for at least the next couple posts, gotta show some love to the left coast then Ill bounce back to the East. Gots lots more to share.
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"I want to be around people that do things. I don’t want to be around people anymore that judge or talk about what people do. I want to be around people that dream and support and do things."
Amy Poehler  (via fridaykids)
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Have you ever lost something so dear to you that the thought of it makes your whole body sad? 
I lost this roll of film. 
I took this photo with a disposable camera during the summer of 2009. I wanted to capture the smoke that comes from this water processing  plant in Huntington Beach and I always thought of it as a cloud maker. I pulled over, peered through the fence and took this photo. 
I got the photos developed and had a cd made. I uploaded some to my blog and I lost the negatives and cd. 
Where did you go? I think about you all the time. 
#disposablecamera #believeinfilm #tbt #huntingtonbeach #cloudmaker #lostobjects