The only thing more embarrassing than seeing someone you know in the grocery store while wearing sweatpants and buying 5-gallon vats of ice cream is seeing someone you know in the shrink’s office. As soon as I sat down and opened up a newspaper, out of the office came Leno. I slouched in my chair [...]
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In his book Escapism, Yi-Fu Tuan explores the relationships between humans and nature. He argues that humans invite nature into their lives by planting gardens and growing grass, but try to escape that nature by trimming it back, forcing it into patterns and designated places, and arranging it according to our standards of beautiful. I’ve [...]
All but the second-to-last photo are unposed. Project Portraits has quickly become my personal favorite Flickr set.
I’m spending the summer in the Denver suburb of Lakewood, Colorado, with a group called Project Impact. We are a group of 30 or so people who all have the same goal this summer – to grow and strengthen as people, and to help out those around us. Because we’re all in college, we’re working [...]