Stillness in Motion; The most beautiful distraction of your day. Promise.

Via on Oct 10, 2011
The Bullitts – Close Your Eyes featuring Story Board P
Shot in Brooklyn on a cold day by my dear friend Marc Baptiste.
Makes me remember, our Bodies are Liquid.
Liquid is stronger than stone, as long as it’s in motion.
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7 Responses to “Stillness in Motion; The most beautiful distraction of your day. Promise.”

  1. Beautiful! Stillness in motion is the perfect description – thanks for sharing it!

  2. Andrea Balt Andréa Balt says:

    This is amazing. I've never seen anything like it before. The most beautiful distraction indeed.

  3. Tanya Lee Markul Tanya Lee Markul says:

    Wow!!

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