These images by Jordon Dibb of Wildernesses Photography featured on The Bubbly Nerd blog really stayed with me. They're random shots of Emily Claire (also of Wildernesses Photography) flipping her hair around in a cul de sac in the suburbs of Minneapolis. The lighting in the photos are beautiful however what struck me most was the question of what it would be like to grow up in the suburbs of a big city? Would you be itching to move away as soon as it was legal even if its to the main city these suburbs grew out of? Or would you return after college to live the same quiet lifestyle? Or would you never return? It makes me wonder if people who grew up in larger cities would ever be comfortable in quaint little towns and what the triggers are when the "ol' time to get out of the city" feelings start to hit? Or do they ever? Or vice versa? Interesting what type of thoughts simple photographs conjure up, no?
You could read more about Emily here and peruse through Wildernesses Photography here. Their work is stunning.