Author: DB James
It's one of the finest things we do; write about our lives, because not only do we reveal our minds through revelations our thoughts provide us— But it gives us an incentive to be honest... It's almost impossible not to consider the value of thoughts with the fairly steady flow of them; their rudimentary worth, relevance to our lives and the importance to the people who have them. It's easy to see how distorted a thought can become when left to constant re-examination and how faceless victim/culprit dichotomies are given grounding by a name or a hover-card. If the last few weeks has demonstrated anything, it's how something as simple as a pen-stroke can release the burden and stresses they invariably cause. I've had glimpses into how fears, confessions, pains and crises can be put right by words creating deeds by changing little parts of the world. And I shouldn't be surprised: we write about things and repeat ourselves about things that have meaning to us. It keeps me humble... View all posts by DB James
10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Habit”
The two guys in the foreground are a little under-equipped for wind. A minimalist technique?
Hahaha, they’ve got a colourful windbreaker to peer over: state-of-the-art once! 😀
if they are very patient they may catch a ripple or two
lol I’ve always had the sneaky suspicion that most anglers couldn’t give a hoots-hoot if they caught a thing. It was a bloody chilly day 😀
Love your pictures. Man of many talents.
Thank you. I’d say it was good genes, but there’s a lot of hard work in practice too. I think I have a good eye for the ‘pretty’; and the interesting – I’m very particular about my photography. It’s always been about the ‘everyday’ for me 🙂
sitting around and enjoying life. good habit whether they catch something or not.
Agreed – It’s all about the man-gossiping, I’m sure of it. That day was not for the faint hearted, although I did take a dip. I thought it rude not to!
I hope you did freeze….
Just a little bit!