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        We did it! It’s Friday! Here is a list of the things that are inspiring me this week and I hope help you start a creative weekend!

        Erika and I are going to Cuba this fall. So, the house is full of Cuba dreams. I loved this piece on the life of the modern Habanaro (someone from Havana).

        The New Che of Havana from Alex Mallis on Vimeo.

        I was brought to tears yesterday in the car by NPR’s Embedded podcast. Take some time and let this piece about the immigration process sink into your heart.

        I just finished Show Your Work! by Austin Kleon. I really enjoyed his thoughts on how to operate as a working artist in the modern world. I think it’s something I have to take to heart. I have a few new inspirations from that I really resonate with. I’ll let you know more when I flush them out, but go read this.

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        One photographer I really admire is Ben Sasso out of CA. Seriously, this man has skills. I love the creativity, haunting feel and the way the model feels that she is a part of the surroundings. Check out the full blog post of Four Fires: Joshua Tree.


        I’ve been dreaming about my trip to New Zealand. Though these photos aren’t from Middle Earth, the forms, flowing shapes and images are making me so excited to get onto the plane.

        Lac Blanc 2 – Herbert Schroer

        Lac Blanc 2 by Herbert Schröer on 500px.com
        NINJA – Nandin Yuan

        NINJA by Nandin Yuan on 500px.com
        Sea Clouds in Yellow Mountains – Tierry Bornier

        Sea clouds in Yellow Mountain by ThierryBornier on 500px.com

        Also, if you didn’t get a chance to read yesterday’s article about why you don’t want the RAW files. Give it a read and let me know what you think?

        Lastly, this:

        JTobiason Photography | Seattle Wedding Photography | Weekly Inspiration | Joe@JTobiason.com

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