PHOTO :- Drifting Aimlessly Has Merits

When I mention aimlessly, I’m not talking about with out direction or needing to document everything you’re doing. What I’m talking about is how in the hell did most of the world forget the child like qualities of aimless curiosity and passion for discovery? Haven’t you ever just watched the clouds looking for patterns, faces, and making up interesting stores about the items you see in the clouds? This could be a fish eye, a crabs claw, hands and fingers pinching in. Well, Gods wonder of course! 🙂

It seems there are so few that have this quality or desire. Perhaps we as humans have put too much trust in false images. Well, let me say when I say false images. I’m talking about how advertising has changed how many of us think. Ads are designed to appeal to our hidden self wanting to be something else.

 



Categories: Photography, Thoughts and Ideas

2 replies

  1. So true.. and I still love the clouds 🙂

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