Went to America. Fell in love with this babe. Had many adventures. Came back to Australia. Physical distance entails. Emotional connection prevails.
Faith in love/life/serendipity restored.
2013. You were very intense and all about extremes but I learnt so much, matured immensely and was grateful to share so many incredible experiences with friends from all around the world.
By JIM URQUHART,
“I made this image on the morning of the last day of Burning Man. I had been out looking for feature pictures through the morning after the Man had burned. As I rode my bike, the dust was blowing hard and obscuring artwork that had dotted the Playa. Instead of riding my bike up close to the artwork pictured, I chose to stop a distance away and wait until a gust of wind blew the fine powder-like talc dust across the scene.
By sitting and waiting for just a moment, I was allowed to make an image that helped capture the scale of the art while allowing the harsh environment to play a role.”
source: Master Of Photography http://tiny.cc/bu1d9w
This has definitely been the toughest image theme to find good photos for! I didn’t expect it to be, since I’ve met so many super-talented guys hooping.
Seriously, there was a guy hooping up a storm in the quad on campus today, just randomly in January. You guys are everywhere but in photos!
Guy hoopers!…always a treat
"I’m on my way to a Burning Man event."
“So how would you describe the Burning Man community?”
“Well… it’s really everything… and nothing… it’s sort of a home for people who have a hard time identifying anywhere else… and there are these ten principles… and it’s all connected…well…basically it’s a bunch of dorks.”
I saw this post on facebook and it made me smile so hard. I have been waiting all day for this to make it to tumblr.