4.10.2011

Look Here, I Have a Masterpiece of a Photo

[insert image of newly budded branch/droplets/snow in background]

It is problematic when a person visits home, leaving her camera in her closet in her apartment. Two hours away. All because your mother's Nikon is waiting at home. So if this person needs a mechanical eye, she could just snatch her mom's camera and snap a photo.

Right?

No, not really. Because it is problematic when a person visits home, leaving her camera in her closet in her apartment, and her mother's Nikon is at her grandma's house. Left. Neglected.
Just like her own camera that was left all alone in her closet in her apartment. To fend for itself.

But it's okay. That person needed to use a lens only once over the course of the weekend. When she had a nice image in her brain for a photograph. And she can wait until next spring's indecisive weather to find and capture a similar moment. 

It's okay.

3 comments:

Jessica said...

:(

Kiyna Christensen said...

I believe our night of vill-inn, bike tires, walmart, and tunnels would qualify for a lot of camera moments. Or maybe all you really need was a tape recorder.

fyi.
(:

Cora said...

Waiting for one year is nbd. Dubs.

Your poor lonely camera, though, fending for itself. What a tragedy.

*insert picture of shark and mer-cat*