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For the first time in years, I drove into the city. I had forgotten the way cities smelled. Like fresh bread and diesel and business. I was looking for someplace to wander. Preferably cold. And clean. After parking, I decided on an unmarked coffeeshop tucked inside a hotel. It sat along a street of swanky … More Capturing the City
For the first time in months, it rained. The lawn, scorched and bleached by the sun, sprouted back lush and green. Critters came out in full force, too: colonies of spiders and roly polies and ants. The rain lasted several weeks. It was a welcome reprieve. Each day it rained, I romanticized it. I turned … More After the Rain
Lately, I have been thinking of museums, from one coast to the other: The Broad in Los Angeles, The Museum of Natural History in New York. I forget if The Broad was free – I do, however, remember trekking up several blocks to witness the Sacred Grounds of Contemporary Art. On the other … More Solo Date to the Art Museum
In June, le beau gifted me the Fujifilm X-E3. Long story short, I discovered a Fujifilm-dedicated blog, scampered down the rabbit hole, and decided the camera was everything I’d ever dreamed of. Next thing you know, le beau’s ordered it! 🥺 I ended up getting the pancake lens shortly afterwards. Like bad CPR, Fujifilm has … More Hot Summer Nights, Mid-July