Super digging this song today.
At the end of November I will be hanging some featured pinholes on our Local Artist Wall at the library so I’ve been going through old pinholes to see what to print. I bring my camera to work a lot so I thought it would be fun to show the photos that I’ve made in the library while at work. I also thought it would be fun to post some of them here on the blog. This particular one was from my Sheet A Day project from a couple of years ago. When I first took it I kind of glossed over it, but now I kind of dig it.
This photo comes with music (which seems to be the case lately) so scroll down for the soundtrack to this post. 🙂
Camera: Zero 45 (25mm)
Film: Arista.edu 100
Exposure time: 7 minutes
See bigger version on Flickr.
My iTunes has been playing a lot of Bjork lately, randomly. I was reminded of this beautiful song the other day. I think it’s been about 20 years since I’ve heard it. Absolutely love the lyrics. They are so simple, so sad, but full of hope.
And yes, this song made me cry.
The video is gorgeous as well. I’ve always loved her videos.
I got in my car this morning to go to the gym and She Sells Sanctuary was playing on the radio. Oh, how it made my heart happy to hear this song! It was my favorite song when I was a young adult. And even today, I love everything about it. And I think it is a good theme song for me because, damn. I feel really dragged down by the world lately.
Here’s a photo for photography Friday.
It’s a pinhole self portrait made with my zero 2000 while eating lunch about a month ago. Happy Friday!