Well, I know no one reads this. But I'm still going to update. There's some sort of sick satisfaction in knowing no one's really gonna read any of the shit you put out into the universe, because you can kind of write whatever you want.
Nothing has been going on, except I've been trying to work on my Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Life To-Do List and not getting anywhere. Not because I'm not willing to do anything, but because it just isn't the right time yet. Whatever.
Instead of writing 2000 words, I'm just going to post 80something photos from 2 music festivals I went to in Melbourne, Australia in March. Soundwave Melbourne, which was on March 2, also known as my birthday. And Future Music Festival Melbourne, which was on March 11. Amazing times, and even though I was alone, I saw all these amazing bands I'd only ever dreamt about being able to see live before. And I didn't even care. It was such an insanely free and beautiful experience. Also, with music festivals, just because music is such a personal thing, I would never have been able to have a good time by seeing the exact bands that I wanted to see unless I was with my absolute music soulmate, or, more realistically, alone. So it was good. Plus I met Andrew McMahon and Chris Carrabba, who've been my heroes since I was a kid (13 or whatever).
These photographs were shot with a Horizon S3 Pro, which is a panoramic film camera. There are a couple that are totally and completely overexposed or underexposed, just because it was one of my first few times using the camera or
I had completely forgotten what ISO of film I had loaded in there. However, I decided to post them anyway, not for anyone to judge me (not that anyone's reading this), but just because there's still some detail in there and I wanted to document it. So here goes.