I had not yet made a post celebrating that my following has exceeded “100k”. as an introverted person who doesn’t really know how to deal with attention or fame, it brings me both great joy and crippling anxiety to know that my posts reach so many people. while i welcome a larger audience and the opportunities that it may bring (where my free watches at?)... the truth is that the more followers i get, the harder i find it to be myself. sometimes i miss the freedom to share and create that i felt when i had a small following of personal friends and a few random strangers. over the years as my feed became more followed and curated, i continued to travel with my hot dog costume and take photos around the world. these were the last photos of me being myself, for myself. when i inevitably need to slow down or stop traveling one day, my collection of #hotdogwrenee
photos from around the world will be the only “selfies" hanging on my wall.
the gripes of influencer life aside, i really appreciate you for following me. i hope you enjoy photos of adult women in hot dog costumes and film landscape photography as much as you like drone selfies. if you’ve read this far, and we don’t know each other irl, please introduce yourself! such an interesting and diverse group of people the 100,000 of you must be! who are you, how did you get here and where are you from? (i am actually very curious and would like to know more of you and i’m not just trying to get a ton of comments to feed the algorithm).
btw i will be back in paris next week!!! i was going through old photos from 2015 and found this unshared gem, which initially inspired this post 🥖🇫🇷🌭