It’s sobering to think that a little less than 14 years ago, one of the most life-changing events happened so close to home. Looking at this time lapse, I not only think about the hundreds that lost their life on that day, but also of the courage that exists to rebuild in the face of tragedy. It’s powerful, and in my honest opinion, the NYC skyline looks better than ever.
Not only is this short incredibly poetic, it also makes me yearn for the real places that still exist in the world. The open air and spacious lands that make you feel something – that’s what I pull from this video. Hoping you have a chance to get out there this weekend, and maybe just maybe, find yourself back in the importance places. Have a good weekend folks!
|”May you always remember the path that leads back, back to the important places.”
Tim Kellner has very quickly become one of my favorite filmmakers, and his most recent video shows the moody and rainy NYC that we’ve experienced in the last 72 hours. Check out more of his stuff here.
Brought to my attention by Ebbie Isaac, this TED talk spoof is both hilarious yet inspiring! Apparently the clip was made by YouTuber Michael McNeff from a short film that LeBeouf made with Rönkkö & Turner and Central Saint Martins BA Fine Art students called #INTRODUCTIONS, in which he read brief pieces of dialogue submitted by students in front of a green screen. Whichever way you see it, you can’t help but admit that the message is a useful one!