The quote, “you really don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone” holds true of its meaning when you fail to feel gratitude towards close elements of your life.
Interaction with human is infinitely better than technology. Technology is only of use when it enables you to create and use it for productive work. Most use it for consuming purpose, which isn’t bad, but that shouldn’t be the default. We all use technology, but mostly for consuming. To some extent consumption through technology is […]
Usually we avoid making decision when we are unsure of the immediate environment and outcome of the event. We don’t want to make wrong decision. So we stay on the safe side and not make any decision, or just wait for the perfect moment to make the right decision. But in general practice, wrong decision is […]
Last photo for 2016 and marks the end of my 365 days photo project. I basically posted one photo everyday for the year of 2016. I initially thought it wasn’t possible, but did it anyway.
Just when I try to leave 2016 on a good note, I read this quote, “Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.” ― Henri Cartier-Bresson
……and I’ve just reached 365 photos. Gotta go a long way still, and I hope it’ll be worth it in the end.
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LOOKING BACK AT 2016 To avoid any preconceived notion about me, I resisted posting anything on Facebook except photographs. Starting today, that will change. That’s one goal I have for 2017. Photographs are safe bet. It’s hard to judge anyone based on their photographs compared to written posts. My goal for 2016 was to complete […]
It’s 6:25 AM in the morning. It’s been more than a year I haven’t written anything this early. I used to write during the time when writing was my main focus. My focus has shifted from writing to photography since then. One thing I’ve realized during this transition is that influence matters a lot. When […]