Shot entirely on an iPhone 4s, and edited using Instagram here are shots from Autumn
While paging through “The Daily Post” they featured a long post on using filters when editing photos on your phone. It reminded me of a monthly feature that I have since discontinued due strictly to absentmindedness. For several months (in a row none the less!) I would share Instagram photos on my blog, something I was previously against doing but changed my mind (here).
It helped me keep track of what I had done, and forced me to chronicle my often spontaneous adventures, the memories of which fall into the creases and folds of the brain and are only retrieved by baiting lines with old photos. Looking back on several months of photos, I feel depressed. The frequency and quality of my adventures appears to have dwindled drastically. I recently moved cities and constantly question the decision. On a near nightly basis I weigh pros and cons with the end result consistently being lament. Here’s more concrete evidence for the side I wish wasn’t winning these nightly debates. Four months of life boiled down to a paltry 40 photos. I guess monthly installments will no longer be necessary, as least for the remainder of the year. #lament