I've been really interested in drawing and taking pictures lately, like I've said in previous posts i wish to buy a new camera, but good things come with patience and I'm going to need a lot of patience before i can afford to buy a camera good enough for my standards.
My friend Patt and I were talking about this the other day, how anything we do needs to be good enough to "wow" people. We don't want our presence to be ordinary. You only live once, why not make a difference, make a name for yourself. Whether it be in a blog, on YouTube, becoming president, acting on television or just making a difference in the lives of everyone you meet.
Which is why i hold high standards for everyone around me, and myself.
If i expect something of you and you dont excede my expectations, im going to be dissapointed, because im a strong believer in people and passions. No matter what your passion is, i believe you should do it as best as you can and as long as your satisfied with your best, and that should be enough.
Not that i take my own advice. Well..i guess i do, to point. I only want to show people my best, so anything i ever work on i always find the flaws and make it the reason i dont make it public knowledge. I scare myself with the littlest thing and make it the reason not to pursue anything i believe is out of reach. When in reality, its probably only a fingers-length within reach.
Maybe one day you will see me on stage performing in front of Millions of people, but until then ill show of my creativity through these pictures and drawings Ive taken, that i think are good enough for people to see.
Some of these are pictures during and after Hurrican Irene hit my town. It wasn't as bad here as other places, but i couldnt capture even close to the size of the actual waves
|Water on the boulevard|
|A sketch i did of my cat when he was a kitty|
|My sunflowers., i wish i took better care of them|
|waves during the hurricane that hit us|
|My friend walking down the boulevard before a cop yelled at us|
|Night waves during the hurricane at low tide|
|Same picture, two different settings.|