Time passes us by so quickly, sometimes it’s hard to keep track of what needs to be done, or what needs to be accomplished. Time works against all of us. I, myself, try to get things done as quickly as possible which leaves more time for photography and surfing. I guess 1 year from today when I look back at my life, I’ll have a collection of memories to relive 🙂
Here’s a quick video I compiled this past weekend to remind me to keep doing the things that make me happy. Photography is becoming a bigger part of my life, discovered through surfing. I can’t wait to see where this new chapter takes me.
The full Youtube video was suspended due to Jay Andre management’s removal. It had over 10,000+ hits. 😳
One of the very reasons why I started this blog was a way to channel my emotions. Music, photography, surfing it’s all about bringing out emotion. I always feel the same emotion when I’m sifting through my blog, like I was there at that very moment.
Emotions are strong and they can be devastating if you don’t know how to channel them in the right way. That’s why music and photography can be so profound. Music helped get me through some really tough times. Photography reminded me where I came from and why it’s important to continue moving forward. But surfing, essentially allowed me to find my way.
Needle on my compass is spinning
Imagination is winning
Can’t get my head right
I get the feeling that I can’t get back
Night driving, no headlights
you’ve got your reasons
And I know you’ve got your seasons
But I keep getting lost with you
But something in the way ya turned your back makes me wanna try to push through
Everything I’ve done since starting my Instagram helped me heal. It helped me find my purpose.
What drives us do what we do?
Why do people have a certain lifestyle?
Why are some hobbies more popular than others?
What makes us who we are?
Why do people spend time and money on their interests?
Here’s a quick 3 minute clip I threw together in 5 minutes. Hopefully, the lyrics are clear.
Clips compiled through summer in San Francisco Bay Area. It was such an amazing summer. I’m so grateful.