Thursday, April 30, 2015

This Used To Be Home

I will never understand all of the things that I discover left behind in the places I visit. I will never understand their lack of significance to their once-owners. I will never understand how or why an individual can leave so abruptly, as to seemingly forget their previous surroundings entirely.

A lamp still adorns the corner.

A calendar continues to hang onto May of 2011, while a card from Mother provides sentiment. 

The kitchen cupboards are still ready to prepare a meal.

The living room patiently awaits the nightly news.

Personal-care items provide company to hand-me-down decor.

Movies await their turn in rotation.

Clothes still dance from their trapeze. 

Even the dish soap still begs for it's chance to shine.

But no one is home.

No one ever will be. And maybe, no one ever was...

- Jason Unoriginal

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Well, Hello There!

Please excuse my absence.

Between my professional work, a week-long vacation out of state, and the amazing weather we had been having, I simply couldn't bring myself to sit at my desk for any length of time. Over the next few weeks I will be catching up on everything I've missed, and hopefully getting back on track with my Two-Wheel Tuesdays.

About three weeks ago, Brandon, Jeff, and myself set out to cross a few spots off the list that we had looked at in the past. They weren't the craziest or most dangerous spots in the world, but they offered great, peaceful views of the city:

(Jeff and Brandon silhouetted from the street light below.)

If you're still here rocking with me, please know that I appreciate it more than I can explain. Any and all feedback is absolutely encouraged, and I would love to hear from more of you. Leave a comment below, or feel free to contact me anywhere on the internet.

Happy shooting. Xx

- Jason Unoriginal

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Two-Wheel Tuesday: 14


Another busy week, another trip away from Cleveland, and anotherTwo-Wheel Tuesday posted late. Oops!

This one comes to you from sunny South Carolina where it's 80°F, I'm riding in a t-shirt, and the roads are smoother than ever. Life is good! Photos thanks to Jon.

- Jason Unoriginal