GRAY AREA

GRAY AREA

Doin’ my best Feral Creature impression (totally coincidental bee tee dubs).

Fe’ real though, as ideal as it would be, nothing is ever really black and white is it? What I mean by that is exactly what I titled this post. Everything is more complicated than what you see on the surface. Rules and regulations may be set, but even those have loop holes. Despite the potential problems it poses, the gray area is completely necessary for understanding the world around us. I’d even go as far as saying that it’s a direct representation of empathy and compassion (that of which I find myself having less and less of as I get older). None the less, the gray area is what I consider, at the very least, to be the very core of an open-mind and heart. Everyone sees the world differently, but sharing this ideology might bring us closer to a perfect world of black and white.

GRAY AREA

OUTFIT | “Sri Yantra” Mesh Top by Love Is Earth. “Skeleton Key” Necklace by Rust & Regret. “The Barbaric II” Bracelet by Rust and Regret. White Harem Pants by Love Is Earth. Shoes by Supremebeing.

GRAY AREA

GRAY AREA

GRAY AREA

GRAY AREA

GRAY AREA
Culver City, California

Sylvia G Photography



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