I like that it looks like my camera was wearing rose colored glasses when I took these. Always full of surprises, dear film.
Reminds me of this:
“It is late at night, and someone across the way is playing ‘La Vie En Rose’. It is the French way of saying, 'I am looking at the world through rose colored glasses,’ and it says everything I feel. […] I have learned how to live…how to be in the world and of the world…and not just to stand aside and watch.” - Sabrina (one of my very favorites)
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There is no greater bliss than swimming multiple times a day and taking only outdoor showers the entire week of family summer vacation.
“The sun had come up brilliantly after a heavy rain, and the trees were glistening and very wet. On some impulse, plain exuberance, I suppose, the fellow jumped up and caught hold of a branch, and a storm of luminous water came pouring down on the two of them, and they laughed and took off running, the girl sweeping water off her hair and her dress as if she were a little bit disgusted, but she wasn’t. It was a beautiful thing to see, like something from a myth. I don’t know why I thought of that now, except perhaps because it is easy to believe in such moments that water was made primarily for blessing, and only secondarily for growing vegetables or doing the wash. I wish I had paid more attention to it. My list of regrets may seem unusual, but who can know that they are, really. This is an interesting planet. It deserves all the attention you can give it.” - Marilynne Robinson, Gilead