I look at photos like this and I just develop these intricate plots for movies and characters and stories and stufffff.
this is a perfect scene for a movie.
SF via the 60s! SF: the happiest place on Earth.
After endless days turned to weeks turned to months of restlessness and various anxieties about wasting my life, I've finally achieved a sense of completion and accomplishment. As you are all probably aware of by now, I launched my two collectives, The Wandering and Teenage Diary.
These are some pretty photos I adore. They have a glorious psychedelic vibe (to me) and I just really thoroughly enjoy them. I love shooting photographs with film, and I'm getting interested in experimental photography more and more. I want to try and build a kaleidoscope camera lens. It actually wouldn't be too hard, and it would produce the most incredible photographs. I really need a printer with a scanner so I can scan stuff onto my computer more easily. I've been getting really into drawing on photos I've taken and I want to share them on my blog. As of now I feel very much at peace with myself and with my previously lingering desire to accomplish something/feel like I was creating something worth while and doing something worth while.
Right now I desperately want to shoot a film, but I don't have a proper video camera or actors really. I have a super great story though. I actually have numerous stories I want to film. I think film is definitely a profession I'm interested in. It's combining everything I love: stories, writing, art, photography, shrine-making (set design), and fashion. Wes Anderson is definitely the person who inspired me to get into film making, even though (ironically) I have yet to make even one movie.