The 2013 Manifesto

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For the longest time I used to feel apprehensive about mixing my “worlds,” i.e. the part of me that enjoys doing artsy craftsy things with the part of me that does homoerotic photography from time to time, the part of me that does other types of projects, and so on. So, for the longest time, I attempted to maintain several WordPress blogs: one devoted entirely to 360º photography, one to my male photography (known by many as Taco de Ojo, or “eye candy”) and one devoted to random thoughts and musings—such as this—and Puerto Vallarta-related topics.

Guess what? I came to a point in which I dreaded updating each and every one of them so much, that I neglected them completely.

Slowly but surely, my views have shifted. And now that I am in the final stages of merging all of the above into this one-and-only blog, I can comfortably tell you that I enjoy all of the above, and all of the above occupations and pastimes are part of the whole package that I am. And if you have an issue with that, well, it’s your issue, not mine.

 

El Manifiesto del 2013

Por mucho tiempo solía sentirme aprehensivo sobre la idea de mezclar mis “mundos.” Es decir, la parte mía que disfruta de actividades artesanales con la que realiza fotografía homoerótica de vez en cuando, la que se involucra en otro tipo de proyectos, etc. Por ello, durante mucho tiempo traté de mantener varios blogs en WordPress: uno dedicado a fotografía panorámica de 360º, otro de fotografía masculina, conocido como Taco de Ojo, y otro más dedicado a opinión personal y temas sobre Puerto Vallarta.

¿Y qué crees? Llegué a un punto en el que me daba tanta hueva actualizarlos, que de plano, los mandé al carajo.

Poco a poco, ha cambiado mi opinion al respecto. Y ahora que me encuentro en la etapa final de combinarlos en un solo blog, puedo afirmar, quitado de la pena, que en realidad disfruto todas las actividades mencionadas, y todas y cada una de ellas forman parte de mi total. Y si te hace ruido, pues es problema tuyo, no mío.

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