Only yesterday, my friend and I were conversing about photography. Mainly about good and bad days to capture images. Speaking from experience, there’s really no “bad” day to take pictures; Unless its a bride and a groom at prospect park. That “bad” day turns to good the minute you start thinking outside the box just a little.
There’s a saying that the elder folks usually say: “when it rains it pours” which means from one bad situation to another. However I like to take that phrase and turn it into a positive one. How? “when it rains it pours”, pours causes puddles and reflection right? Think about it, so the next time it rains, look out for the puddles see if you can see your own reflection or of a building or vehicles passing by. What’s also interesting is the vibrant reflection of the street and vehicle lights on the pavement.
“Positive thinking will let you do everything better than negative thinking will.” Downtown Brooklyn, NY 11:13pm
“The worst form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal.” Borough Hall Brooklyn, NY 5:23pm
“One of the happiest moments in life is when you find the courage to let go of what you can’t change.” Linden Blvd Brooklyn, NY 6:22pm