I'm 22, a natural red head, a procrastinator, a coca cola addict and a 24/7 juke box.
This is my life and my photos. I hope they inspire you. Please give credit if you take them.
alexkrump makes the best food combos
Nutella + Raspberry Crunch Ice Cream all on a warm Belgium waffle = life
I haven’t written on this thang in a while. I guess I’ve made it a photo blog of sorts that I tried to let speak for itself because I felt I wasn’t good enough with words. I’m the type of person that replaces words with emojis or actual original thoughts with song lyrics or quotes because I always find myself at a lost when it comes to having to create something others can see that are of my own.
Posting photos sometimes is enough judgement and I do most of the judging for myself. I am my own worst critic but aren’t we all?
Lets see. After my road trip from Colorado to Washington, I ended up doing one of the dumbest things I’ve ever done. It is definitely in my nature to be forgetful when it comes to things like where I placed my keys or where I last left my shoes but it is out of character for me to place something of value on my car trunk and drive away with it. I did this with my 50mm lens for my new digital canon and I’ve been kicking myself in the butt ever since.
I finally have enough money to replace it but replacing a lens does not automatically provide myself with the inspiration I’ve been lacking. Even this roll from my 1960’s Nikon F, an old favorite of mine, feels misused and wronged because I made mistakes I made when I first started taking pictures.
The inspiration is a problem in myself, I know that. I was so full of inspiration, life and love when I left Colorado even though I was sad to leave my college days at CU behind. But I was excited to start something new. Returning home to say goodbye to a loved one, lack of job, lack of money for my favorite films, further distances from those I love (45 minutes, 20 hours, 27 hours). Even being in another city is hard but when the people I most want to take pictures of requires traffic, travel, and delays, it can be hard. These things will get better and I have so much to be thankful for and to look forward to so I’ll keep shooting and finding the small things that make me happy.