The world inside my head suffers from overpopulation. Whenever I need a vacation from my own consciousness, the first place my headphones and I run is the stars.
Even if I wanted to take a picture of this moment, I wouldn’t
Tonight I have a great perspective: I can actually see how big the sky is and how small the world is.
The ship is almost entirely enveloped by the mountains in the bay. They’re small but close. In the daytime, it’s a gorgeous landscape. At night, it’s like being surrounded by a halo. The only way you can differentiate the black ground from the black sky is by the blanket of sequins someone draped across the … Continue reading Nighttime in Acapulco