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Kathleen Rhea Galeos
a creative explorer in photography, writing, and style

As a post fashion blogger, Kathleen has created a platform to spotlight her growing admiration of photography combined with personal narratives. Her style is an eclectic reflection of her empathetic energy, painful heartache, and her consuming compassionate softness. When she's not getting lost in her head, she works as a behavioral specialist in the Bay Area. She hopes to one day be recognized for her photos and writing.


All photos featured on the blog are all photographed by the author, unless otherwise stated.

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H E L L O

My name is Kat and I am a lover of photography and words. I delight in photography adventures and urban exploring with my gnomie homies, hoarding a collection of books I forget to read, subconsciously writing short stories about my emotions, and constantly getting lost in my mind. This blog is a collection of my ideas and opinions, including my photography and personal life.
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He proposed during the golden hours of sunrise along the warm waters on a beach in Hawaii. Five years of love and laughter, he got down on one knee and proposed to my sister. There romance is classic: childhood friends that reconnected years later and fell in love.

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There is never an opportunity where I am not learning--learning something about myself, my feelings, what I want. I crave both isolation and societal gatherings. As a hopeless romantic, I yearn to fall in love, but on the other hand my dirty mind only makes me want one thing. I want your attention but don't care if you want me or not; I'm okay with being alone. My nature of contradictions is confusing but it's my genuine character.
I'm learning to be completely honest with myself in every aspect of my life. Speaking my truths to friends and family--and even strangers--is terrifying, but there's a satisfaction in being forward with my intentions. Sometimes, being on the receiving end of the truth is painful--but it won't kill me nor make me weak. As cliché as it sounds, it will make me stronger, my skin a little thicker, my perspective more understanding. 
My emotional empathy for others is deep and unconditional. I have always been all heart, all compassion. I…