An unforgettable image from Lost in Translation. Visually descriptive, enough so that every time I see a photo of this place I get excited in anticipation to hopefully meet these walls someday. Reminds me of moments I’ve shared with a dear old pal of mine back in Ellsworth, Maine.
As a 90% visual person I can appreciate the loud silence against such a crisp backdrop far better than any dialogue that could have been embedded this scene.
“…sort of taboo in our society where individuality is, like, the highest most sacred thing and i pride myself on being very individualistic, but i also love to submit myself to something more important.”- Stephen Alesch”
What an inspiring video to begin the day with. Its such a delight to be reminded of something larger than ourselves. In this industry we are continually invited into the homes and establishments of our clients with open arms. I catch myself getting stressed or bombarded with pressures at times and strive to find that perfect balance of a job well done and taking things to the next level of service.
This video was such a pleasant reminder that its not just walls, or rooms, or spaces, but places that invoke “feelings” . Just like the food we put into our bodies, our sacred spaces hold a key to reminding us or taking us somewhere outside of ourselves.