I've been attempting to move to a M-W-F schedule for this blog, because I'm easily overwhelmed by trying to keep up on here and do all of the other things I want to do in life, but it ain't happening, because the second I decided I wanted to cut back, I suddenly started finding bajillions of awesome thing I wanted to share. So screw consistency, right? I think I'm just going to become a willy-nilly blogger - you know, a blogger who posts at random throughout the day and doesn't try to have a set schedule. Oh you agree, that's a good idea? I'm glad you concur.
Anyway, this post is really supposed to be about the web site Humans of New York, which I just found out about today via this article from Jezebel
Humans of New York
is an ongoing series started by photographer Brandon Stanton. Brandon set out to capture the "photographic census" of NYC, and walks around the streets with his camera, taking peoples' pictures and often hearing their stories in the process. I am still on a "gah-I-wanna-be-in-NYC!" bender, so I have spent the past half an hour or so totally immersed in his photos. Such a cool idea.
Check out the Humans of New York web site here
, like it on Facebook
, and enjoy!
Happy Tuesday, fizzles.
Photos via Humans of New York ::: Discovered via Jezebel