Yesterday Was Only

Yesterday Was Only

Daily(ish) images from John Carey of fiftyfootshadows.net. Lets call it a digital Journal, or maybe instagram without the instant. Some days only one, other days quite a few depending on what happened that day. Served lightly salted without artificial flavoring or presets and presented here for your enjoyment.

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Incoming.

Incoming.

Dueling portraits.

Dueling portraits.

Yep, one of those days. A mud pit dance floor and filthy snake cables to clean off. 

Yep, one of those days. A mud pit dance floor and filthy snake cables to clean off. 

Taking a break to try and dry off a bit during a rainy festival date.

Taking a break to try and dry off a bit during a rainy festival date.

Snap.

Snap.

Ordinary life.

Ordinary life.

A boat.

A boat.

A breakfast.

A breakfast.

Out to sea.

Out to sea.

No.

No.

Two.

Two.

Repairing her bike. (No, I have not forgotten you guys, just needed a little break because of a crazy couple of weeks. Lets get things going around here again eh?)

Repairing her bike. (No, I have not forgotten you guys, just needed a little break because of a crazy couple of weeks. Lets get things going around here again eh?)

Winding down.

Winding down.

Into the night. (Poolside and Caribou cued up, Les Sins Grind spinning along)

Into the night. (Poolside and Caribou cued up, Les Sins Grind spinning along)

I’m part of a local vinyl DJ crew that works under the name Gate City Getdown and feel lucky to be part of it. We took over one of a monthly series of local craft/food/local everything markets which usually has bands perform. Brought along a B-Boy breakdancing crew and set up a record fair through inviting all the local record shops in town to come sell records at the market. Was a great night!

I’m part of a local vinyl DJ crew that works under the name Gate City Getdown and feel lucky to be part of it. We took over one of a monthly series of local craft/food/local everything markets which usually has bands perform. Brought along a B-Boy breakdancing crew and set up a record fair through inviting all the local record shops in town to come sell records at the market. Was a great night!