This one day I got an e-mail message.
I had to dial a certain phone number.
I wanted answers so I called.
…and then life decided that second chances were in order.
So I decided to wait for my films to be developed professionally.
Well, I would have done it myself, but I was too damn busy with projects and exams.
This is film… as usual:
One sunny December day, Sam, Diego and I went street shooting.
Back in November I got the chance to shoot a show that reminded me about my age. (note to self: Insert fragment from Pulp – Like A Friend). Teens… some even brought their parents…. damn…
Anyway… it was a good show.
Delta 400 pushed + 1:
Then in December came the time to say goodbye. Goodbye and an awesome Christmas reunion… chez Romualda.
*going through Facebook photos*
I’ve always wondered how is it possible that someone who had the chance to move abroad, live new things in a different culture, be in a more evolved society (leaving a small ranch and moving to the city), simply goes back and keeps on doing the same things as before leaving. I think it is just like having an amazing gift and not only throwing it away… but crushing it, setting it on fire, and then flush it down the toilet.
I guess you can take someone out of the ranch, but you can’t take the ranch out of that someone.
*back to the blog*
I don’t understand how someone would not use sidewalks…. this is Mexico City, for CHRIST’s sake (pun so intended)
Chili’s with Jorge… I was getting drunk and my meter battery had died. Apparently I can meter properly sans lightmeter
Squared Portra 400vc:
largest poster store I’ve ever seen in my life. everything you can imagined, they had a poster of that.
…and then I packed bits of my life and moved on again…
This is as far as I’ve come right now.
There are many things left to solve, but in a way the need to control my uncertainty has pushed me during this last year to make things happen.
Not that many rants for now… just things as they are.
Hope life catches you well,