Capturing the mundane to create interesting stories



Is that even a word?

Side story:

I just realized that I don’t have a lot of photos of myself.

I took photos of places I visited, scenery I saw, and people I met — but putting myself behind the lens most of the time, I don’t have photos of myself.

The photos I took serve more like a documentary for me — I don’t think it matters to anyone else.

I can’t show them to my friends and say, “this is me in front of A”, or “this is me when I visit B”.

Now I am wondering whether I am doing the right thing… I mean for future me.

So far, I think it’s okay.

Looking at my photos, somehow I can still relate and remember how I feel, and what comes to mind when I press the shutter button.

I can say, “this is A. I feel at peace when I look at this place”, or “this is B. It was raining that day”.

Don’t know how long it will last, though.

Well, we will see. Time will tell.

@Orchard Road, Singapore



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  1. Pingback: Year 2015 in Pictures | MartosC, [Gm] - v2.0

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