write.

I ask myself this question every night.. and yes, this is a document on my computer which I essentially turn to when writing about a certain person, and yes, it is compiled of 24,269 words and 145 pages.
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does hurting me, heal you?  8.21.14
[By: Julie Martinez]
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untitled; 7.22.14
[By: Julie Martinez]
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old feelings write new thoughts; 7.22.14
[By: Julie Martinez]
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comforting:

this is what the view next to the half dome looks like; I snapped a photo because I felt slightly guilty about not capturing the entire breadth of the beauty, as this particular spot was one filled with much beauty. 
{yosemite, california} // {julie martinez}
comforting:

the california tunnel tree - where walking through a tree is a possibility; {yosemite, california} //  {julie martinez}
comforting:

one feels like a dwarf in a field of giants when standing amidst these trees;
{yosemite, california} // {julie martinez}
comforting:

the beach to me is like a sea of texture and color; a different sense being felt in each step, and a new color being discovered in each wave of water swept up the shore. i have never gone anywhere else which has quite danced with all five of my senses with such ease as the beach;
{malibu, california} // {julie martinez}
comforting:

this color image of the beach aside a black and white image helps you see it, and feel it, in one quick glimpse. the color is what guides your eyes and helps you see it, but the black and white portrait— the one drained of any guide for your eyes— is what helps you feel it. think about this the next time you look at a photo; try seeing it with color, and without— there is more to be said than just one shade.
{dockweiler state beach, california} // {julie martinez}comforting:

this color image of the beach aside a black and white image helps you see it, and feel it, in one quick glimpse. the color is what guides your eyes and helps you see it, but the black and white portrait— the one drained of any guide for your eyes— is what helps you feel it. think about this the next time you look at a photo; try seeing it with color, and without— there is more to be said than just one shade.
{dockweiler state beach, california} // {julie martinez}
comforting:

there is so much to be said for a sunset, that often times it is better to just see— rather than say.
{woodland hills, california} // {julie martinez}