Change is inevitable. At least that's what they say but coming from from experience I'd have to agree. It usually comes when you don't expect it but it can also be something you were pulling towards you subconsciously perhaps.
I've recently made a move to the Bay Area which came about from a bit of a feeling a couple years earlier. I'd felt a pull to move North and then after meeting someone who made it all the more enticing that feeling got stronger. After about a year of "thinking about it", IT happened and now I am living in Oakland (East Bay from SF). I have compiled a list of new sites, sounds and tastes to explore and it is really fun.
Living in Los Angeles for the last 13 years has been an amazing experience with many great memories. It is funny to feel like you truly know a city or at least how to navigate it, got to your favorite spots, meet up with our using google maps, etc. However, I also have always been charged by travel, new experiences, and learning new things. Being in a new location is proving to be very rewarding.
As I discover new places, faces, and tastes in my new community, I intend to document with a bit more zest then my photo stream on Insta and share some of my favorite finds along the way.
I'll always have a love for LA and have found this artist Anthony Samaniego, who encapsulates the city so perfectly through his photography.