Sometimes I feel that my Life is a series of photographs that I make with the camera inside my brain.
Every second of my Life, I capture brief moments of my soon-to-be Past that can be re-played at Will. When I recall them (or some piece of music, smell, place, situation makes me recall them), I apply the filter of the emotions I have at that Time, and see, magically, how the photographs change and become funnier, poignant, aggressive, or lovable, and will make me cry or laugh.
Thinking about this allows me to appreciate more the time I spend with my camera.
When I “click” (with my camera or my brain), I create memories that for some reason were important for me to capture at that Time.
Beauty, nature, interaction, and the cycle of life. Those are some of the tools I use to paint my Life, and my photos.
Therefore, I am constantly reminded that Life present us with amazing opportunities not to be wasted with bad photos.