almost back on the grid

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although the return to reality was a quietly spoken qualm replaying repeatedly deep in my mind, evoking notions of restlessness and a general mode of unchilledness, these thoughts were easy to quench when considering my reality at the time, at any time of the last 5 days for that matter, was a reality based in the unreal. These holidays have been so sick! I’ve been in a constant state of heightened enjoyment and intrigue, both the good and the wig kind. I photographed quite a bit over the break but the weather and other forces saw to an inconsistency of photo based stoke but that was also fine as there were plenty of other things to bring me back. I’ll try and orchestrate some sort of post tonight but i’m pretty tired and i’m back in the grind tomorrow morning, early, so it probably won’t happen…. but it’d be nice…








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forget the party photos?…

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