during our family christmas celebration, we had what i think should be our first annual snowflake making contest. ten minutes to make an elaborately beautiful piece in three rounds. these were our favorites.
when i had back problems this summer, i was recommended to PT360. the holistic physical therapy practice had recently opened and i knew it would be pricey, especially without health insurance, but i looked into it anyways. they were more than kind and helpful and healing. here are some of the photographs i took as a part of my payment for their help.
i took this while i was living in oakland, but as i looked at my friedlander book this weekend, i found an image that reminded me of this. lee friedlander is one of my all time favorite photographers. i got to witness his work first hand at the sfmoma and my heart leapt with joy and recognition as i meandered through his photographs. i had never witnessed someone who sees the way i see. obviously he is incredibly talented and experienced beyond me, but how refreshing to know that im not the only one who finds strange and randomly simple things fascinating.