May 23, 2016

true story

my favorite abandoned place where all the money ghosts at,
they just built it up perfectly and a few years later lost everything like their soul has gone
i sneak into the place often and just sit there, eat some fruits, look around
and do a handstand for a minute
things get upside down so easily

May 12, 2016

Guests & Funeral


When I moved back to my hometown in January this year, I went to see this beach near my parents' often. I never liked winter, but walking along the beach in cold was such a refreshing thing, chilly salty wind in my lungs felt like it would disinfect my whole body/mind and save me from all the bad thoughts that drags me down.
As I walk down the beach until I got to some isolated part that nobody was really around, I saw so many drifted trash everywhere. I guess most of them are from Korea or China since this beach is facing their side. I didn't think like oh this is another world-wide environmental problem kind of thing, I just thought it is amazing and might be some sort of miracle that those trash just drifted away and got to this beach and I found them. I felt like I had to welcome them as a guest.
Those trash, they used to belong someone, then became useless, and then probably abandoned and forgotten in a cold water, drifted and drifted, got washed out, now they are just laying on this beach.
But since I found them, I know they have their own history behind, and yes they are now my guests.
I also want to know what are those unknown things are..... If you can figure out what those unknown things actually are, please let me know via a contact form on the left side!

P.S.
I tried to find more private things, such as a library ID card and such that has more personal information so that I can get them back to the owner, but it was kind of hard to find those things that is that identical. But I keep looking and update more things:)

この冬、1週間に1度は海を見に出かけていました。とある道の駅近くの綺麗に手入れされたビーチ沿いをどんどん歩いていき、人気のない場所に辿り着くと、そこは誰が拾うわけでもないゴミで溢れておりました。きっと韓国や中国から漂流して来たものが大半だと思いますが、それは環境問題うんぬん!などではなく、なんとなくこちらへ招き入れられたお客さんのように感じてしまいました。元々は誰かの手元にあったものが、利用され価値をなくし捨てられ漂流し、ここへ辿り着き私の目についたということは奇跡のようにも感じました。雨風、塩水に晒され元々何として利用されていたのか分からないものも多い。そこで、なんとかここまで辿り着き葬られてしまうこの漂流したゴミを讃えてあげたいと思います。また、unknownなゴミ達は本来何であったか分かる方がいらっしゃいましたら、是非教えてください!(左のコンタクトフォームをご利用ください。)

P.S.
名前の記してある図書館のカードのようなもっとプライベートなものを探していたのですが、見つかりませんでした。いつかはそんなパーソナルなものを見つけて、ただ単に海辺で葬られるだけにならないよう、持ち主のもとに返してあげるのを目標とします、、、余計な、、、お世話なのか、、、

FOOD PACKAGE/食品用容器
https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7591/26875798356_aebd3c9f66_b.jpg

BOTTLES/飲料用容器


DRUGS/薬

☞About the medicine on the right side

TENGA/テンガ


CLOTHING&SHOES/衣類


DETERGENT/洗剤


OTHER/その他


CORPSE/死骸


UNKNOWN/I don't know where they belong/不明

May 7, 2016

messy town

http://messytown2001.blogspot.jp/

i put my old photos together that i found.
2001 to 2003, illinois time.

2001年から2003年の間に撮った写真の一部を見つけたので
まとめました。上記リンクから観覧できます。

May 2, 2016

LA


the most filthy subway ride that i took
the person sat next to me was licking her snot,
so many weird awkward situations that i can't really stand.