Edi Caves: In a day
I am endlessly fascinated with people and people watching and thought it would be fun to see a snapshot of life for one day as seen through the lens of different people from all over the world and from all walks of life.
This a new series documenting ‘ mobile photographers in a day’.
I’ll aim to post a new series of photos from a different photographer every other week and you can follow all the photographers taking part in the series >>Here.
This time, our series takes us from Hawaii to Houston, Texas and we spend one day with Edi Caves. Take a walk in his shoes for one day and see how things look through the lens of his iPhone.
Usually through out the week things are slow. I’m either working part time as a substitute teacher and I’m managing iPhoneogenic
on a daily basis.
When the weekend comes around that’s when things are it bit more lively.
My favorite thing to do on Friday is to attend gallery openings around town.
Saturdays are usually reserved for museum adventures or what not.
Sunday starts off with serving the Lord and then filled with relaxation throughout the day. Let me show you…
Off to church. Not the norm to for me to dress up to attend mass but this time I did.
The next hour and half is preserved to being an active participant during mass.
After brunch it’s time to get ready to watch some football! My boy A.Foster scores a touchdown. Go Texans!
After the Texans secured the victory I headed out to Herman Park near downtown Houston. Pictured above is Miller Outdoor Theatre where free concerts take place. I love the hill, works great for #tinypeople photos.
Hermann Park, 445-acres, is one of Houston’s most-visited public parks. The park is within walking distance from the Texas Medical Center and the Museum District. The land which it occupies was presented to the City of Houston by George H. Hermann in 1914.
The rest of the afternoon is spent people watching at the park.
After getting home I headed back out. This time for a quick workout before the prime time football game started. By game’s end it was time to call it a night.
The simple life…
Juxt thanks you Edi for taking part in this series! If you would like to see more of Edi’s work, you can find him on Instagram
If you would like to be involved in the series, please take a photo that tells a story of your typical day and tag it on Instagram #inaday_juxt. I look forward to seeing your stories!