A Philosophy of Walking: Living Deeply

Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

“The eternal child is one who has never seen anything so beautiful, because he doesn’t compare. […] But the walker who marvels while walking (the blue of the rocks in a July evening light, the silvery green of olive leaves at noon, the violet morning hills) has no past, no plans, no experience. He has within him the eternal child.” A Philosophy of Walking, pg. 84, Frederic Gros

Chinatown; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

Chinatown; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

NoHo (?); Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

NoHo; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

East Village; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

East Village; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

“Living in the deepest sense, is something no one else can do for us.” A Philosophy of Walking, pg. 90, Frederic Gros

East Village; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

East Village; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

Tribeca; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

Tribeca; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

City Hall; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

City Hall; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

“To walk is to experience the real.” A Philosophy of Walking, pg. 94, Frederic Gros

South Street Seaport; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

South Street Seaport; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

South Street Seaport Museum; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

South Street Seaport Museum; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

South Street Seaport Museum; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

South Street Seaport Museum; Belongs to Gabriela Yareliz

The first man to write a treatise on walking, Henry David Thoreau, said:

“Rather than love, than money, than fame, give me truth.”

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