There's so much talk about goal setting, go-getting and grit these days. Sometimes it drowns out the importance of timing, both internal and external. I've pursued my share of unripe ideas, or ideas that had already rotted on the vine. These days whenever a new one comes, I feel it out in my mind like an avocado. Is it ripe? When it is, I know, and when it isn't, I'll leave it. And steeped as we are in the worship of bright ideas, it's OK if some of them stay bright on paper and never come to life. More in David Kadavy's The Persistence of Ideas.
This dreamy, progressive cover of the Beatles' classic, by Israeli instrumental power-trio Tatran:
We shot a new lookbook last week, my first time behind the camera. Though I mostly went for black and white, I tried to use the strong midday sunlight and cropped snaps towards the coast to give it a feel of location (skirting the depressing ochre tint that is typical of Tel Aviv in mid summer).
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