I was a little nervous about writing this blog…but then I cured it with my brain!
We all see life through our own set of lenses; some metaphorically and some literally. Sometimes what we see is received and translated quite clearly by the outside world and at other times is quite confusing.
Now, this week through almost every channel of mass media, Charlie Sheen has given us a glimpse of his life from his own perceptual lens. In his own words, his life is awesome and beautiful and healthy… thanks to the fact that he is winning! and possesses the rarest of blood types from the tiger variety…uh…what!?
So if you’ve been as confused as I have by all his random ramblings, you might have an idea of how I sometimes feel about others perceiving my photographic work and even the blogs I write. What I see and hear in my head always makes sense to me and I’m usually pretty stoked about the final product. Then I wonder if others will ever understand what I’m putting out there…and then I question if it really matters if they get it.
Truthfully, you’ve just got to put everything you’ve got into what you do and in turn put everything you feel like exposing out there for others to interpret. AND, you’ve got to do it without apology.
So, until I figure out how to acquire this “tiger blood” I keep hearing so much about to make me super awesome and amazing, here is what I offer out to the world today:
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