You’re not a baby if you feel the world All of the babies they can feel the world That’s why they cry -The Blow This is a response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Half-Light (a challenge to post photos inspired by poems, stories, song lyrics, and other collected texts). These words come from…
If we removed even a single letter from the alphabet, think of all the words that we couldn’t form anymore.
There’s nothing more weightless than a childhood summer.
Hundreds of delicious, cheap, perfect circles. What are you waiting for? In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Circle.
Everyone’s got a watchful eye on something different.
In New York City, construction imposes many boundaries. For more photos of New York City, check out my photo series As Seen in NYC or my city travel post.
In winter, a weather vane and the forest become monochromatic.