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Banff, Canada | Mark Heine

The smell of fresh cherry tomatoes and the plum lavender scone I bought at the farmer’s market this morning keeps wafting over to me as I study in the library -  it’s like a ray of sunshine between these never ending days of studying inside. 

Things like this make me miss home. Or at least, people who would appreciate this smell too. Those people are home to me, wherever they are scattered in this great big world. 


Landscapes, 2014 | by Justin Carrasquillo

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I have this sudden, intense yearning to go back

Can I rewind to two years go? Can I rewind myself, walk backwards along these avenues and streets, briskly filled with a cacophony of sirens and horns, fading into the sweeter silence of the empty streets of Kingston. The sun would just be setting through the trees, over the lake. I would be biking from class, or the library, or a meeting at Cogro - coasting along in my Toms and sweatpants. There wouldn’t be a car in sight as I carelessly peddled from side to side, like writing calligraphy along the concrete. 

Did I mention - it would be quiet?

And I would revel in being alone. 

Alone, with a cup of tea for company. And my music, constantly playing in the background.

When you put a song on repeat for hours while you’re studying, you can’t help but imprint it in your memory. Now, when I hear those songs meant to focus, calm, soothe, I remember the long nights they carried me through. Maybe not the night itself, but the feeling that if I just kept listening, I’d be able to make it through.

It was so much nicer to bike through the streets at night, back then. I liked it best at 2 am, when the muffled silence of the ghetto felt like a blanket and I could hear people partying in the distance at the quad, while I biked home from the library. 

Now I don’t have a bike. And I am not alone. 

All I can do is listen to those same songs and imagine I can feel the wind in my hair.

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Favourite work of the week, amazing food photography with a space narrative twist!

Endless Books: 8 Weeks
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Landscapes, 2014 | by Anthony Samaniego

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