I got lucky with this 20 secs exposure. First time I catch lightning… I think!
I found myself at the rooftop of the building at 5 in the morning. From there, I took a photo of the Mosque’s rooftop.
I took a walk into the empty town streets afterwards. I chose to be extra strange with my photos today but they turned out not stranger than my usual shots after all.
My mind was foggy. I really didn’t know why I was out at that time with a camera. All I knew for sure was I couldn’t sleep.
A set of lines across those frames don’t really express how confused I was this morning. Maybe the water puddles in the rooftop do but still. The rest feel paradoxically neat and broken.
Perhaps, this one photo might have the right idea
I was out for about only 20 minutes, I think. It felt longer and most importantly, It felt tedious! I think I didn’t want to be out but also couldn’t stand being home. I guess this is why this photo represented home to me this morning.
Random (stupid) thought: I hate the fact that digital photos don’t age!
When I go through my family’s old photo albums, I see the history in every photo. fifty years from now, probably most of the photos in our phones and hard drives (if we’re still using those) will be exactly the same unless they’ve been printed. and let’s face it, with the amount of photos people take everyday plus social media; no one is really printing them! nowadays, printing can almost be the equivalent of posting to social media platforms.
Well, who am I to judge?! I am posting my photos here after all! This is our way now. But I still think physical photos are important.
What do you guys think?
In the vein of randomness, every time I see these pics I remember Cactuar from Final Fantasy VII!
here’s one way to catch it! ^^ (I just took this an hour ago.)
enjoy this photo that’s the
fruit vegetable of boredom!
I hate garlic btw.
Experimenting with random photos. I didn’t put too much effort (or thought) into this collection. I guess it’s abstract?!