PAIGE NELSON

My name is Paige.

I'm an aspiring photographer with an insatiable curiosity and an appetite for the fantastic.

This blog is dedicated to my greatest passion- photography. All of the photos on here are mine unless otherwise stated.
173/265: Swimming on Flickr.Via Flickr:Your songs remind me of swimming,
Which I forgot when I started to sink
Dragged further away from the shore,
And deeper into the drink
Sat on the bottom of the ocean,
A stern and stubborn rock
‘Cause your songs remind me of swimming,
But somehow I forgot
I was sinking, and now I’m sunk
I was drinking, and now I’m drunk
Your songs remind me of swimming,
But somehow I forgot
Florence and the Machine
As I was sitting here watching this epic sunset, it hit me how much this project has opened my eyes to the beauty of the world around me. Not only have I seen a record amount of sunsets this year, I’ve also discovered breathtaking scenery here in my own backyard. I never knew there were tide pools at Sunset Cliffs until yesterday and I’ve lived here for 20 years. I saw an octupus for crying out loud!
Sometimes we take the things around us for granted. This project allows me to take time to breathe, soak it all in and appreciate what I’ve been given. And for that I am forever grateful.

173/265: Swimming on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Your songs remind me of swimming,
Which I forgot when I started to sink
Dragged further away from the shore,
And deeper into the drink

Sat on the bottom of the ocean,
A stern and stubborn rock
‘Cause your songs remind me of swimming,
But somehow I forgot

I was sinking, and now I’m sunk
I was drinking, and now I’m drunk
Your songs remind me of swimming,
But somehow I forgot


Florence and the Machine

As I was sitting here watching this epic sunset, it hit me how much this project has opened my eyes to the beauty of the world around me. Not only have I seen a record amount of sunsets this year, I’ve also discovered breathtaking scenery here in my own backyard. I never knew there were tide pools at Sunset Cliffs until yesterday and I’ve lived here for 20 years. I saw an octupus for crying out loud!

Sometimes we take the things around us for granted. This project allows me to take time to breathe, soak it all in and appreciate what I’ve been given. And for that I am forever grateful.

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