I tried to keep this as simple as I could. I did not oversimplify it. All of the ingredients are there, the main one being “nature”. But I wanted the message to be easily understood by those who needed to hear it.
Here’s a new video for my playlist entitled “Thoughts on Current Affairs“. It’s an admittedly dim view of the world, perhaps for the right reasons. I offer clarifications on extra-terrestrials (spoiler alert, I think they’re bullshit), on where we are and where we might be headed. The take-away message here is that none of us really knows what’s going on and those who say they do are selling something. The more I learn, the less I know. As I’ve said in previous videos, we should all become more cynical and keep our bullshit meters on high alert.
Wouldn’t it be interesting if camera sensors could see more of the light spectrum than our eyes could see? It would open up whole new worlds to our eyes, worlds that have been heretofore unseen and unexplored, and yet they’ve been right under our noses all along.
This autumn has been more about doing things than taking photos (for me). Compared to the typical number of photos I take in a given month, these past few months have been downright dry. Perhaps my eye injury has had something to do with it — it’s no fun to try to photograph something you can’t see clearly — but I’ve also been so busy with work that picking up a camera in order to relax just wasn’t an option.
Here are selected photographs taken this autumn anyway. Enjoy!
My thoughts on depression, on the occasion of #WorldMentalHealthDay.