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ansouis
06–06–22 
"There are some who think this man mad, but I prefer the madness of this man to the sanity of others."
— William Wordsworth (about William Blake)

azay-le-rideau
30–04–22 
“Lord, when you send the rain think about it, please, a little? Do not get carried away by the sound of falling water, the marvelous light on the falling water. I am beneath that water. It falls with great force and the light Blinds me to the light.”
— James Baldwin
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quotestrees, france

bourg-saint-maurice
26–03–22 
There is never a moment in your life when you’re undeserving of love. 
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trees, mountains, alpes, france

sixt-fer-à-cheval
31-01-21
“(Surveillance capitalism) strips away the illusion that the networked form has some kind of indigenous moral content, that being ‘connected’ is somehow intrinsically pro-social, innately inclusive, or naturally tending toward the democratization of knowledge” 
— Shoshana Zuboff
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quotes, alpes, mountains, france

m(a)y thoughts
05-21
05-19

And yet - there’s something so twisted and cynical about the American identity that I could never accept these bon appétit’s at face value, as a celebration of food for the love of food. Rather, I always interpreted these bon appétit’s directed at me on a park bench as code for, “You should be sitting at a table, you idiot.”

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paris, france, usa




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