Day 34 – In the End

LRM_20180125_112410.jpgIn the end it doesn’t matter what people want for you. It only matters what you want as only you can live your life. Try not to be anyone else but yourself. You are here for a reason and that is to live and create.

Much better day mentally. I got over my emotional hump and put myself back on the right track. Pushed myself to the limit today and currently resting before I continue to work until I can think clearly anymore. Here’s to trusting the process. šŸ¤—

Dare to create and to live,

David

White Marks in Nature

As I walked, I captured these two photos while playing with using nature and architecture together. Instead of always trying to find buildings with no trees or anything nature related that would make it harder to capture just the building. I live in a place that is nearly impossbile, so I decided to just go for it and see what I could capture. I am pleased with the results and I am going to continue to do this.

Have a happy Halloween!

-David

Under Golden Light

I deeply enjoy exploring during the golden hour. I always let loose and pay attention to every sbubject to see how the light affects them. I love the way that shadows are displayed on this building and tthe softness of the left side in contrast to how dark and harsh the other side is. It’s been a while since I captured shots of buildings but it’s not out of choice in a way. I’m doing my best to explore the various photography genres. 

Small Subjects Made Big

Love capturing subjects that people normally ignore. These subjects have more character than is usually avoided due to how it looks or how forgettable a object may be. I often take photos of holes, tennis balls, cards and much more as a way to expand my creativity and my adaptability. 

Early Bird Gets the Worm

Been experimenting with black and white nature photography for a long time but it’s the first time I showcase these kind of photos. As a shy kid, I grew up taking photos like this with basic point and shoots until I upgraded to a Samsung Galaxy S3. But even now I enjoy taking these kind of photos and I always try to explore every medium of photography and never limit my creativity. 

Good Day

“Not every day is good but there’s good in every day”-Winnie the Pooh

I  captured this around 7 am on a very beautiful day. I was preparing to play tennis, when I saw the perfect shot for the moment. Let’s do our best every single day and regret nothing. 

Shadow of the Memory

Leaving a place for the final time after you spent so many years going there is a bit overwhelming. I have many memories here and I hope to have more before the end of the year. No matter where I go there, I always see flashes of memories of pain, one sided friendship, and growth. 

Just Create

As I explored the depths of my mind to make a decision that will impact my present and future. I took the time to take photos that I like. In doing so I was able to calm myself which helped me think. I proclaimed to myself that I wanted to take photos and write about them plus many other things. 

I have many creative outlets from my passion of writing like poetry, scriptwriting, research papers, blogging, etc. I love it and I get so focused on seeking validation from others when I simply just need to create. I am changing my work ethic to improve my artwork but also to improve the time of time I actually create. 

In the mornings, I am focused on light exercise and writing. I do photography for a while then back to writing. I run several blogs including this one, I update this one at random times, I update another twice a week, and one everyday. I need to be more organized and produce better and more frequently to ever to improve and to make my passions a career.

This shot respersents the steps I must take and have each pillar has a shadow that I must overcome. I may take longer than other people but this is my path and I just need to worry about what I am doing. Once I am further down my path it will be more colorful despite how neutral it may look now. 

Just focusing on move at a time,

David