“I wanted movement and not a calm course of existence. I wanted excitement and danger and the chance to sacrifice myself for my love. I felt in myself a superabundace of energy which found no outlet in our quiet life.”
Thousands of city-goers cross this bridge on a daily basis, and think nothing of. Don’t even stop to appreciate the beauty of their very own city. They just see it as another obstacle to get over to start and end their daily lives. Always rushing. Never satisfied.
Not everything that you have in life has to be perfect, and this video made by Rob Machado really helped me to realize that. Learn to slow down and realize the imperfections that are in your life, and appreciate them.
"This episode features Jay Nelson, a San Francisco-based artist who specializes in a unique type of automobile customization. This past winter, Jay drove down to Rob’s house in Cardiff, CA, where the two worked together to build out the inside of Rob’s van and create the ultimate surf mobile.”
At the end of March my brother, and myself made the move from Sacramento to San Diego California. We decided that this would be the perfect chance for us to experience Highway 1, and get away from the fast lanes of Interstate 5. These are just three photos of the journey along the way. We would’ve never been exposed to these beautiful landscapes if we hadn’t taken the slow route south, but even with such a beautiful landscape to embrace people were still rushing through. Honking at brothers in the 89’ Toyota Pickup towing a uhual that was as big as the truck itself. It seemed as if they were ready for their break from the fast city life to be over, and even if it had just begun.