Stream of Consciousness
I accidentally dressed as another film character. Sort of. I call this look "Goth Bonnie Parker," but more so Faye Dunaway as Bonnie Parker from "Bonnie and Clyde" (1967). Or close enough, at least.
I took these photos during a the peak of an all-black-wearing mood that has since passed. I don't even know what I'm doing clothing-wise right now. As I type this, I'm in plaid pajama pants and a big gray t-shirt, because I don't know what I'm doing anymore! My mind is on a million other things. For example, the table runner I just spilled ink on that is now in the washer. Will the ink come out? Do I need to replace it? It's not mine. And I don't feel up to Inktober anymore. The two things are possibly related. I'm just not feeling it.
I am, however, feeling up to planning bigger photo shoots/series. I'm ready for a new direction. Lately, I've been going through a phase of just doing things that I've wanted to do for ages. I've always been the kind of person to procrastinate when it comes to anything I'm really eager to do. I don't know why. Self sabotage? Maybe? Point is, I'm currently trying to figure out where I want this blog to go. I'm putting together a photo portfolio and working on expanding my skills in that regard. I'm planning nice things that have no traditional blog context at all.
I just care a lot more about the visual element of this space right now, so these posts are probably going to have a lot less context than they ever have, if they have at all. It's a real free for all around these parts.
Every blogger and/or creator goes through transition periods. This is just another one. I hope you'll stick around.