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The World Isn't Going Anywhere.

Corner Ricoh GR, VSCO Portra 800
 I sometimes go through patches of little productivity, the last few weeks have been such a time. i am not certain what drives these down time but I do have them often when little interests me. I have come to realize that to go with the flow is the best solution for me. For no particular reason I wake up head out and the same things seem interesting again, I may not capture much worth publishing on this blog but the experience is a pleasant one.

The moral of my story ? do whatever you wont and if things are not going your way, relax don't worry about it the world isn't going anywhere.
Corner Ricoh GR, VSCO Portra 800


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