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        Happy Friday everyone! I hope that you’ve had a good week. I spent a lot of it filming for the On Field Media Project. There will probably be more of that to come. In the meantime, here is my list of weekly inspiration for your Friday enjoyment!

        Seeking Nirvana Pt. 2 ~ Cabin Fever from Seeking Nirvana on Vimeo.

        I really enjoyed this article that is the case against drive throughs. As someone who spends a lot of time on bikes, it would definitely make me feel better to not see them around and have people be more focused on driving. I know that this may be a little bit of a pipe dream, but 15 years ago, it was totally OK to talk and text while driving. I’ve never understood how that was illegal, but I could legally eat food with a fork. I guess that’s one of the reason that seeing an increase in driving automation could make that safer for everyone too.

        When I started this video, I thought “7 minutes of marbles, I’ll probably just watch the first 30 seconds and then close it.” But, I was totally mesmerized.

        Lastly, today is April Fools day, so take the pledge against pranks (mild language).

        I did publish two blog posts of past weddings. Check them out:

        Meredith and Terence Preview
        Abby and Nate Wedding

        I also got the latest edition of Wilderness magazine. I’m so impressed with this work. Check them out!

        If you live in Riverside, CA head over to @liftcoffeeroasters to pick up your copy of #wildernessissue02

        A photo posted by w ı l d e r n e s s . (@wilderness) on

        Then stay up on the latest pranks floating around the interwebs. See you all next week. Don’t be the fool.

        Be sure to follow me on the socials. I like saying hi on Instagram, brand Instagram, Snapchat.

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


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