Yay that’s mine
Yay that’s mine
(by Joe Curtin)
“Sometimes I lie awake at night, and I ask, “Where have I gone wrong?”
Then a voice says to me, “This is going to take more than one night.”
– Charles M. Schulz (via cavum)
“My life is made up of ‘I’m sorry’. I feel like I have to apologize to people, to things, to life itself. It’s like, ‘I’m sorry to be here’. I don’t want to disturb anyone.”
– Yohji Yamamoto (via felicefawn)
Introspection - Full Image
When I go for long walks or sit out on my porch at night for a while with nothing to distract me, it feels like my mind is able to sort through all the extraneous thoughts and mental noise I’ve accumulated and just kind of… let it go. It’s something I don’t do often enough.
A series of ten white flags installed on Plymouth Hoe. Each flag carries
simple black meteorological symbols, called windbarbs, which are used
to indicate wind speeds. The flags appear similar, but are constructed of
different fabrics, of different weight so that they fully fly at the wind speeds
equal to or greater than that indicated on the flag.
This artwork is a celebration of the wind, acting as a cross between an art
installation and meteorological device communicating wind speed and
direction. Wind Barbs follows on from a number of works by Tim Knowles,
which utilise, explore and reveal the wind, its behaviour and effect.
At the back of a pupil by Masa Nakamura
Baya Weaver - 黄胸织布鸟 (Ploceus philippinus), Singapore
Photo by K S Kong
“You know you are on the right track when you become uninterested in looking back.”
– Unknown (via cavum)