Nameless Stream

"A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed."
~ Ansel Adams

One of the many nameless streams around here.  This one eventually winds its way through Georgetown and connects with the Credit River in Norval just east of here.

I’m feeling restless and out of place lately. I have nothing but a handful of first-world-problems and most of them are of my own doing.  I want to complain and gripe and just make the world go away for a bit.

At work I feel fresh out of ideas for my clients.  Another product, another big idea and what feels like the expectation to build the brand, image, whatever you want to call it, perfectly.  Does it really matter in the end? I think there needs to be some finesse, the name or words or what have you can’t be cumbersome to say, the ideas should be clear.  It shouldn’t feel like you’re trying to speak with a mouth full of marbles.  Other then that is the name honestly going to make it or break it? I hope not; I hope your thing has more than that going for it.

Like I said, feeling out of place, out of juice and out of a big helping of GAF…

By the way, it is my goal in 2012 to learn how to express myself well through the written word.  This means finally learning proper use of punctuation, timing and what actually goes into expressing written ideas.

Camera :Nikon D700
Lens :Nikon 28-105 mm Macro AF f/3.5-4.5 D
Shutter Speed :13
ISO :100
f-Stop :8
Strobes :Array
Location :Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada
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