1. Hanging on for dear light…⛅️


  2. There’s not a lot that I miss of being a child. I can’t say that I would do it all over again if given the chance. But I do miss the enviable ability children have to see the world so simply sometimes. They don’t perceive things in strictly black and white terms, just with a little less grey. There are good people and bad people. Happy people and sad people. They haven’t yet internalized the socialized biases that exist in every culture, so they don’t understand why people fight over silly things like skin color, or religion, or class. They just want to play. They just want to explore…


  3. Every journey, be it big or small, begins with a single step…


  4. Some keep the Sabbath going to Church,
    I keep it staying at Home—
    With a bobolink for a Chorister,
    And an Orchard, for a Dome.
    ~Emily Dickinson


  5. Stairway to Solitude with robertwtobin


  6. This photo reminded me of those old-school paintings of indifferent Victorians. I was taking photos for an inspiration I’d had a few minutes prior and robertwtobin was graciously standing in for my camera focus.


  7. One of the amazing people I’ve met via Instagram. Check out Kara’s Faceless Adventures Series! @kweate #thefacelessadventures


  8. I finally got to check out a space that my fellow Igers have raved about at our #i71series3 #instameet this weekend. It didn’t disappoint!


  9. Colorful Serenity


  10. And he said “Let there be industry, and there was industry. And it was good.”


  11. My submissions to this weekend’s hashtag project on Instagram: black and white landscapes.


  12. Industrial Sky 🏭 I had a great time shooting at a new location with @robertwtobin and @hisnameismark yesterday evening. It was my first time meeting Mark and, like all of the people I’ve met via @instagram, he’s a super nice and interesting person. Looking forward to future Instameets with more friends, new and old!


  13. Self Portrait


  14. "The soul that sees beauty may sometimes walk alone." Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


  15. Lovesick