Thursday, June 14, 2007

The New Dawn

The last post was a vent out against astrology and related 'sciences' that pretend to guide our lives and show us the well trodden path. The real fact of life is that there is no well trodden path than the one you just walked on. All other paths will lead you to stumble on the very ditches that your leader stumbled on. It is just another way of amplifying other's mistakes. I'd sleep better if I made my own mistakes. At least I get to keep my spine.

I am at a point in life that I am finding a voice of mine, a view through my maturing mind and a new world through my lens. No longer am I dabbling in odd and end hobbies and for once I am sticking to one. No longer am I listening to music that other people say I should be listening to. No longer am I believing in what I should be believing in. I believe in myself and I believe in hope. That is all I need to take on the world with my bare hands.

I welcome the ever changing me with open arms. I am changing by the day and am not the same person I was a year back. Every day is a new beginning. A new birth. We are what we say and what we do. Our actions speak more about ourselves than we think.

This post is a new kind for me. I suddenly feel free. I bought my first tripod today to go with my new camera and I tested it out. It felt great. I felt like I have a real hobby this time. And I left no stone unturned to nourish this hobby. A high capacity, high speed memory card and a tripod that most will vote useless. For some reason, taking pictures with my camera and tripod made me feel more mature than the day I signed the paperwork for my new car. The new car was a toy, a mature and calcuated decision. This camera is something deeper.

4 comments:

The Last Sign said...

So when do we see some pics Shek.
DSLR? I loved some of the panaromic stuff @ Born a Libran

Shek said...

pics are here: http://sheksaperture.blogspot.com

it is not a DSLR. I dont think I am comitted enough to spend over $1000 on a DSLR. I bought a super zoom camera.

Neihal said...

hmmm...I relate to the ever changing phenomenon. Life can not and should not be lived in years its best lived in moments. Cherish little things.

:)

The Last Sign said...

peeping tom eh? or checking your stars out? :P ...nice pics
I did the pens pic thing on a leaf with raindrops in macro mode. its amazing when the focus in the background is lost and what u want stands out
http://thelastsign.blogspot.com/2007/06/different-view.html

.. but i have an ordinary but effective digicam :(