The weekend started Friday by working on the story structure for EOE until 3:30 am. The next morning came much too early and was followed with more progress on EOE. With all of this work, I have been neglecting from my leisure time and haven’t stopped to smell the roses. Saturday night I decided to take a break from editing and I went out. I didn’t “go out” in the way that you may think. “Going out”, to many people means going to the bars. “Going out” to me means venturing out into the world to experience something great. The traditional expectations of going out seem boring to me. I don’t like limiting my experience based on what’s popular or easy to do. Whether it’s a bar or simply walking down the street, going out is an opportunity to experience the uniqueness of each moment in a setting outside of your house.
I took a drive around town just to see what was happening, to see what I wanted to do while I was out. Living life means opening your self up to the spontaneity that it may bring. Saturday night it brought me to the University of Wyoming campus. It was freezing, the wind was blowing, and I was completely exhausted from the last few months of editing and shooting. That wasn’t what was on my mind though. The moon was low in the sky, spilling perfectly balanced light onto the symbolic Bucking Horse bronze sculpture of Wyoming. I found my experience for the night. At first I just looked at the scene and then decided to take a few photos to share the experience with others. Here are a few shots of “going out” this weekend. For me, it was incredible. It gave me a well-needed break and reminded me that simply opening your eyes to the everyday beauty of living can be the inspiration that can’t be found anywhere else.