cultures-become-trends asked: Cool. I'd say we should go shoot sometime soon but I'm at school in New York so that's not a possibility hahah. Keep exploring the Hamm's brewery. It is even bigger than you think. Rooftops on rooftops on rooftops.
Ohh man, sounds fun! Well when you’re ever back in MN i’m always down to shoot. And yessss, the place is gigantic! I’m excited to see more of it.
cultures-become-trends asked: Good stuff. Real good stuff. Where in MN are you from?
Thanks man! I live in Farmington, a small suburb south of the cities.
I went to Duluth a couple weekends ago. I’ve been there a couple times before, but both times I went I had a schedule that I had to keep to. I couldn’t venture off and do whatever I wanted.
I got 3 days off of work. Never asked for them, just got three off in a row. This is rare, so I decided to head out of town. Just to get away. So me and Andrew just packed up and took off without much planning. We stayed at a friends house and just kind of screwed around up there for a couple days. Its a super rad area, I love it.
I went to the sickest place i’ve been in quite a while. Graffiti Graveyard. Holy shit! Got some photos there that I really liked, but I LOST MY SD CARD! :[ So now I have no proof. HA I guess i’ll just have to go back one of these weekends.
Anyways, heres a few photos from the trip. Overlooking Duluth.
My good friend Kenzie came to visit from Colorado. I hung out with her and some friends, and I met some awesome new people. This was a fun day, Good vibes and good chillin’!
From the last Vision|Heirs meet up I went to. JK waves goodbye as he boards the light rail C:
A couple weeks ago I went to log in to my tumblr and I was told that my email was incorrect. I knew it was correct but there was nothing I could do to get into my account! I felt defeated, and I thought I was going to have to start over. Then today I hopped on a computer that I was once logged in on, and what do ya know! I’m still logged in. So I changed my email and badabing badaboom i’m good to go. Wooo [:
A couple friends and I wanted to get out for some exploring one evening, so we went to this train bridge above 94. We almost traveled to another dimension, but that’s a different story.
There’s always a bunch of spray paint cans laying around. Like hundreds of them. The walls of this bridge are tagged all up and down, its pretty rad. I set up my tripod and began framing out a shot. It was dark at this point, so I grabbed my little LED to try and see.
I remember asking, “Do trains come through here often?”
haha, well maybe 30 seconds later we heard a horn and saw some lights a comin’ so I grabbed my stuff and stepped back to get this shot. It was a passenger train, so people were giving me tons weird looks as it passed by. I got a kick out of it :)