I love when a band covers an unexpected song outside of there own genre and does it justice. 30 Seconds to Mars does exactly that with their soulful stripped down cover of Rihanna’s Stay, recorded in 2013 for BBC Radio’s live lounge.
taking refuge in an octagon haven birds chirp to a faint radio a breeze brushes my skin the heat flushes my cheeks a passing semi rumbles by, the vibrations shake my chair a haze settles over me
When I came to, I could feel the stony path pressing against my scalp, but couldn’t shake the sensation that I was upside down. I’m not sure how long I stared up at the sky before I realized that the leaves on the forest floor were lazily floating upwards.
eyes shine bright piercing the dark drawing me in slowly reaper
It has been raining relentlessly in the Carolinas. At one point the meteorologist on the morning news declared that we had received a months worth of rain in three days. It’s definitely put my evening walks on hold, and washed out most of the long weekend. I may have been stuck inside, but I passed the expanding my photo editing skills. I tested a few apps used for adding motion to photos, and once I picked one, I was adding special effects to all my old vacation photos. The one above is from a rainy gondola ride in Juneau, Alaska.