A photo of some sidewalk that passed through the artist's path. The writing over the photo informs the weight of the file itself, or perhaps, the weight in bytes of the routine that the photo originated. The Weight of Routine is a self-referential artwork, where the writing on the image describes with byte precision the size of the file it is itself. It presents itself then as a paradox: How is it possible for the image itself to reference its weight? Because just changing it also modifies its size? The photo was taken with a cell phone, digitally treated and manipulated through fine adjustments in JPEG compression to abruptly have the size written on the image. The most precise adjustment to the weight of the file was done by implementing an easter egg in the photo.