As is the inner so is the outer.
There was this immediate sense that this joy abounding from her was from somewhere deeper than a shaped mound of curls, painted art atop a living exhibition.
Sometimes we can spend years in the attempt of getting to know someone and feel like it’s not really achieved. Then, during another time in the ever continuum of sequential events, one can meet someone and perceive in the exchange of a greeting, a smile and a ritual that years of qualified knowing has just been replaced with a moment. This is Tasha.
“I use to drink coffee but I wanted to get off of it. Now, I drink a matcha latte.”
Location: Brooklyn, New York