Memories are fuzzy at best.
Notalgia preys on those dim recollections,
forming these bright and shiny moments of suspended time.
The result?
A longing for the past --
a past that never existed in the first place.
This project, I titled "Those Days" as a response to Nico's song, "These Days," tries to capture what memories look like outside of our thoughts.
The original presentation of these images were printed to look like Polaroids with lyrics from old and new songs talking about time and memory, all hung on an impossibly long piece of twine. 
I used a special (cheaper) lense to mimic a tilt-shift lense, the Lensbaby Spark, and tried to shoot around the Golden Hour, aka prime nostalgia time. 
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