because we’ve all been there. we all know that feeling to sit outside with a brisk breeze blowing past, sending goosebumps up our arms but the dreariness holding down our eyelids and the fatigue chilling down to the bone stops us from doing anything but taking another drag. this picture envisions the slow but steady uprising of noise from the first morning traffic starting to drive by and the few birds readying themselves to chirp. our fingers shake and our brains are still muddled from a night without sleep but at that moment, it doesn’t matter. we’re somewhat at peace.
that’s the most perfect description I could’ve ever dreamed of
Where Children Sleep presents English-born photographer James Mollison’s eye-opening photographs of children’s bedrooms around the world. The differences between each child and his or her bedroom are striking: