French photographer Jonathan Moyal’s spectacular shots of his travels on a road trip through Canada. Capturing dramatic shots of towering mountains ranges, half-frozen lakes, winding roads, and star-studded night skies.
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It’s such an odd feeling. I look at the photos of my parents and my friends, my loved ones and my acquaintances, and it feels as if they almost do not seem real to me anymore. I cannot tell if it’s my memory that is faltering, if it is just my own inability to recall events from just a few years back, that is causing this sense of disconnect. I see their faces and I know who they are and the history we’ve shared and yet… I can’t seem to grasp the feeling of that one prevalent sense of familiarity- I cannot recall what it was like to see them, to anticipate their presence daily.
I really do love my hometown and everything in it.
But maybe my terror of being forgotten by everyone I know stems from the fact that I am the one losing touch of them. Maybe I am the cause of the disconnect.
Now I’ve thought it through
Crawling back to you.
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No pro team wants the type of ‘controversy’ having a gay player is going to cause. If he had just been convicted of DUI vehicular manslaughter, or obstruction of justice in connection with a murder, or have been accused of sexual assault, or screamed the N-word at a concert, or killed a bunch of dogs and buried them in his fucking yard — you know, ‘NFL material.’
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Carmen Marchena / Freckled Winter
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Women are afraid of meeting a serial killer. Men are afraid of meeting someone fat.
When Strangers Click, a 2011 documentary about online dating.
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