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MOLESKINE: by Skip Hunt

This blog is a reinterpretation of a journal-styled travel journal, or "moleskine" where there's no intinerery or chronological order. Each post will have little bits of photos, travel vignettes/stories, a little poetry, etc. Sort of a book you flip through when you feel like escaping for a few moments. Doesn't matter if you flip to the front, middle, or end. Just flip through and dream of the road.

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Name: Skip Hunt
Location: Austin, Texas, United States

I'll have to give this more thought, but I will say... with me what you see is what you get.

Monday, October 10, 2005

After ~ School

“When I think of "abandon"... I don't usually think of someone else being abandoned, but of abandoning something myself. Like leaving what I know, going out into the unknown, and abandoning my normal shell. This image is of a little Vietnamese girl who'd evidently been "abandoned" by her parents to entertain herself.

I snapped this little girl while I was waiting for a bowl of pho in Hoi An, Viet Nam. I do remember the little girl was the only other person is this tiny noodle shop, and she was very caught up in her book. She was mouthing all the character's lines and was very animated as she delivered her lines. “

Hoi An, Vietnam


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