beautiful wonderful magical humans
november 11th • as the end of my trip to edinburgh approaches i cannot help but to become very aware of time. time slipping through my fingers. racing against it. fearing it. the ungraspable amounts of time ahead of me. and even though these things, this concept of time passing, moments ending, moving forward, moving on, even though it may be terrifying, it is also the one constant in our universe. it moves. it's ever changing. and in all these fractions of time, these moments, this is where we exist. now. time is now. it is all we have. we drift and float on this roaring stream and we can do nothing but to keep on swimming. to enjoy the water. to be. • i like wearing a watch because doing so allows me to be aware of time and be present and mindful without having to constantly check my phone - this volcano of notifications and information and stress. the gorgeous golden clockwork in this picture was kindly gifted to me by @violethamden and has been stuck around my wrist ever since i received it. it's entirely made of metals and thus vegan which is a wonderful extra. i'm going to share a few more stories over the next couple of weeks, all based around time and its ever flowing current. it's what i love doing the most, through images, words, poems and paintings. #violethamden -ad
keep moving. breathing. doing. making. creating. no matter how shit it all seems and how stuck you feel. don't stop. i know it seems impossible to endlessly continue when it all seems pointless. but you just can't stop. it isn't an option. keep going. yes, you can. i know. i'm sure.
crisp mornings floating breath in frozen fractals clouds of shimmering drops the cold bites frostily but doesn't quite sting brightness brightness and coffee scents