Say hello to a new set of disposable camera photos from the past few months. This past year has been one of the best years yet, because I've gotten to know NYC so much more. Not just the city itself, but the amazing people who live in it who I've had the chance to call my friends. I've been having so much fun actually, that I haven't been that good at remembering to bust out my disposable camera as often as I should, let alone throw it into my bag before heading out the door. I'm going to be a whole lot better about that starting RIGHT NOW. Disposable camera photos are my absolutely favorite. They are so quick and easy and don't need too much contemplation. The candidness of a disposable is what makes it so special. Disposable pictures are never too heavily thought about. They are usually taken with little to no preparation. They are spur of the moment. Spontaneous. Taken on a whim. The idea behind disposable cameras is exactly how we should be living life more often actually, if you really think about it. You get only one chance and you just go for it. It's like jumping into something for the first time. You know it's not going to come out perfect, but perfect isn't real life anyways. The best way to live life is to appreciate things, people and experiences for the way they are naturally. Free and sometimes sporadic. Unexpected and delightfully flawed. Noticeably imperfect that you hardly even notice at all. Out of place just enough that it seems exactly right. The way things are meant to be are the ways that are most beautiful.
More disposable moments to come on the blog :)