Shoes, lace, skirt, frills

Being stuck in a corporate world, it’s almost easy to lose your creativity.  The constant conformity to the rules and regulations — and even code of ethics and conduct — will eventually trim the rough edges, the same edges that are often the source of paint, color and frivolity.  It is  a struggle to keep that alive, especially if the paint and the color and the frivolity are what you have been doing for most of your life.

Which is why I’ve been working really hard in getting into photography classes.  I love photography.  A picture paints a thousand words and that sweet Bread song were said and sung for a reason:  it’s the truth.  You don’t need words or actions or a singsong voice to translate the romance, the joy, the heartache and the agony.  All you need are your eyes.

Your eyes see everything.  The windows to the soul, they say.  And in a way, that’s what I want to do.  To give you a good view.  A good enough view that will move the windows.

I just want to get there…


2 thoughts on “Shoes, lace, skirt, frills

  1. These are wonderful images… I love the softness to them. Did you take all of them? And if you don’t have a camera (I was reading the sidebar) how do you take photos?

    • I usually source my photos from FFFFound. They have the best photo archives (in my opinion), though some people would still prefer Plurk and Flickr. I have a camera, but it’s a measly point and shoot. I try to make the most out of it though. Hahahaha. Thank you for visiting my blog. :)

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