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"My brother went to college in America, and it was very hard for my parents to send him there. My father worked two jobs. I’d always hear him talking to my mother about money troubles. So when I graduated from high school, I went straight to work, to help pay for my brother’s school. I never resented it, because I knew he was more intelligent than me, and he deserved it. But now he has a great job in Australia, and I wish that I’d gone to college. But you know what? That same brother married into a family with two sisters. He married the older sister. And at the wedding, I met the younger sister, we danced, and now we are married. Her name means ‘angel,’ and she is my angel. And I tell her every day that she’s better than being a millionaire. So my brother got his job. And I got my wife." (Dhana, Jordan)


Belgian artist Sammy Slabbinck’s surreal collage art juxtaposes vintage photographs with contemporary composition styles to challenge traditional states of mind.

Apologies for the lack of updates! I have recently got a summer job so will not have time to post much over the next month or so!

08-02 - 2:27

Window in the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

07-27 - 12:37

Rolling Clouds - 18/07/14

07-20 - 6:51
07-13 - 14:40
If you want to learn what someone fears losing, watch what they photograph. —Unknown (via foreverthecuriousone)

Down the Woods - 19/06/14

07-11 - 12:04

Foxgloves in the Woods - 19/06/14

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Walking in Gildredge Park, Eastbourne - 23/10/13

I miss my Scruffy dog, I wish I could go home and see him.

07-11 - 11:49