These are the old lens, now replaced, of my Canon G10 point and shoot (now used by my sister), which I now and then wear as a necklace. Two days ago I brought my DSLR with me to work and snapped away during my office break. Looking at the big difference in quality between photos taken by my iPhone 5S (mostly for Instagram and as visual diary notes) and my Canon 60D, it is likely that I will be lugging my camera with me wherever I go the coming year.
Alas, time is never enough and I always find myself running or rushing between places. Or thoughts. Or states of mind.
Am still thinking about those rubber Chucks that I tried on weeks ago. Though my leather Fred Perrys still have a year or two to them, I really like the All Star Rubbers.
I think that has always been my fear, and I think the reason why I have not taken as many pictures of my surroundings and the things/people that interest/intrigue me more often. The difference between representing something immediate and digging at a gem in a mine, which requires time and countless hours of polishing and refining — not to mention throwing away dirt. Hopefully, I can expand my horizons/understand the world more deeply and comprehensively with both.
I have just finished breakfast while writing this. The pictures, by the way, were from yesterday, also a holiday here in Manila. More precisely: Rizal Day.