Following up to the previous post, here is a continuation of more magic spots while drifting around the city in a pink yeti costume.
Before you continue scrolling down, and, with the risk of sounding cheesy, I wanted to vent, to simply share some real, heart felt feelings I carry with me at this moment.
I only speak by experience and by personal opinion, but, if what I feel or think may in any little way inspire you, my job for the day is done.
It's very easy to live, to settle, when your leading a good, somewhat comfortable life, where nothing is really missing and you practically have all you want, or at least, need.
Not everyone needs a change, a change of place, of city, of home, even if temporarily.
I for example, moved around my whole life and probably got used to that, something most people don't have to go through or most don't even like.
Staying in a settled, cozy home is always much more appealing, (and makes more sense to most) than constantly being on the move.
Sometimes though, regardless of how good, how comfortable we may seem, to some of us, maybe even, most of us, there is a little bit of magic missing.
As cliche as it may sound, and, as over said and over heard as it may be, magic really does happen outside your comfort zone, and sometimes, all you have to do is let go of some good, take a risk, to most likely, end up where you belong., or at least, find that little bit of something that makes life more exciting, more interesting, that little bit of magic we all want but don't always dare to go find. (and you don't even have to go that far, or even leave at all...)
Wondering what if might be the most distressing and aggravating sensation possible.
Wander, don't wonder; go get what you want, go look, go find, GET LOST, squeeze the juice out of life.
PHOTOGRAPHY: JOSE TUTIVEN