This bridge has been there for us for over two hundred years. Come back in fifty years, same date and time, and these two nuns will be walking across the bridge.
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This are the #modernvice boots the New Yorkers were talking about. Thanks for those souvenirs, got them in black red for outdoor and in silver red for indoor as shooted in #ModernViceStudios .
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Canon 6D + 50mm 1.2 + 1/400 sec + ISO 400
We should learn to love more than just our family and friends. Love is such a powerful thing and loving our favorite foods, our favorite T.V. shows, and our favorite musicians is perfectly fine and all,
But what if learned to love the most difficult of times, because it grew us into the person we are today.
What if we learned to love the people that said we couldn't do it, because they actually helped show why everyone's opinions don't have to become your reality.
What if we learned to love the mistakes, the failures, and all of the setbacks, because they pushed us to become stronger and gave purpose to our pain.
I don't believe that love is only reserved for what we think we want. I think learning to love the hard things is just as important, because sometimes what we don't want can build us up in ways we could never even imagine.
Don't let the enemy trick you into thinking every time you are facing difficulties, it's because you are doing something wrong. It could very well mean it's because you are doing something right.
Fall in love with what's growing you.
I've always been intrigued with polaroids. The way it lets you capture and hold a memory in the palm of your hands. She was the best part of the summer. I lived my dream of traveling, but the hotel bedrooms of European countries made me feel hollow compared to the way I felt at her front door. We lived a movie. She was the protagonist. Someone's story that you never wanted to stop watching. However, every movie runs out and we move on. But I will hold on to these memories of June and July and hope for a sequel one day.
The responsibility of creators is especially great right now. Producing and appreciating beautiful things, using our work to facilitate curiosity and empathy, fighting against the blatantly evil shit around is-- this is all critical. Shoutout to all you makers; keep up the good fight ❤️