A series to make you feel better about not living that 'Instagram lyf'

A series to make you feel better about not living that 'Instagram lyf'

Chompoo Baritone's series about getting that perfect gram.

Thailand-based photographer Chompoo Baritone published this series to his Facebook a few weeks ago, and if you're having one of those days where it seems like every fucker is on holiday or living the most perfect #blessed life, might be just the thing to help you through to beer o'clock and sorrow-drowning time. His original post is in Thai, but from what we can gather the series is called Slow Life and it's got a pretty neat double meaning that depends on if you're a pessimist asshole like us, or an optimistic asshole (if such a person even exists). On the one hand you can find beauty in everything, on the other hand don't mindlessly believe (and consequently get depressed about) everything you see on Instagram. Behind every perfectly framed and filtered photo there's a real life too.

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H/T Airows.

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