How I feel when I take a Photograph

My goal is to play.

To open my eyes.

To find beauty in the mundane.

To accept the process.

To accept the failures.

To lose myself and forget the world

around me.

To embrace the joy of making images

for the sake of making images.

For me.

For that to be enough.

I prowl around with my camera.

I try this, I try that.

I rely on my intuition.

Am I wasting my time?

I try this, I try that.

My energy ebbs and flows, like the tides.

I lose myself in the flow.

Time flies.

I click the shutter.

I click again.

Ideas spark from each other.

I click again.

I lose myself in the flow and accept

whatever happens.

I relax.

I am happy.

I click again.

I move a little.

I see a whole new world.

I click again.

I click again.

Can I capture what I am seeing?

Is what I am doing good enough?

Can I convey the beauty in the everyday?

What do I want to say?

I play some more.

I am feeling self-conscious.

I am feeling self-conscious.

I lose some confidence.

What am I trying to say?

I relax.

I remember my goal.

I am playing.

My eyes are open.

I am immersed.

Time is flying.

I think I am capturing what I am seeing.

I must be capturing what I am seeing.

I am sure I am capturing what I am

seeing.

What am I seeing?

I see possibilities in the everyday.

I see form beyond function.

I see beauty in the mundane.

 

I relax.

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