I live by the George Washington Bridge in my favorite city in the world, and I'm often trickling down to Brooklyn for any and every activity ranging from school, to exploring. I love to take walks on strangely-named streets in my city, and I keep count of all the black and white spotted cats I encounter. I take notice to the little things out here, like the seams in the cobblestone from recent pipe repairs, myself in literally any reflective surface (i constantly need to fix my hair, okay? ._.), or a sticker tag that was tactfully overlapped by another vandal with a story to tell.
I proudly consider myself to be a feminist.
I like to stare directly at the sun and watch the blueish green hues gently wash over my field of vision.
When I'm in Brooklyn, that's when I'm most at home -- I grew up there, after all, and it's so interesting seeing the place change so much every year!
I don't wear shorts. I don't own a car, nor do I plan to. I take a generous amount of photos here and there, but am usually too shy to ask random people if I can take theirs. I love taking telephoto lenses out for test runs, because I can take creepy street portraits at comfortable distances.
Oh, and yes.
The Angel of Bicycle Theft visits me all too often. I've spent more money buying bikes than I would have hoped to.
Let's be friends and go halfsies?