The Piecemeal Man (abmann) wrote,
The Piecemeal Man

We are not Lost but Waiting Until No One is Here

I looked through my Flickr account this morning – work waned some local “Madison Spirit” photos – and I found it kind of sad. There are huge gaps in taken/upload date. Most of the last year of stuff has been mediocre – certainly not my best work. It’s frustrating.

I’m not even sure why it’s all falling away. I’m not really that much busier today than, say, a year ago. I think I may (have been) somewhat more depressed this last year though I believe that’s getting better. Otherwise, I’m at a loss.

I always have my camera with. Granted, it isn’t as convenient as my iPhone, which I’m using far, far more frequently. Do you think, maybe, that’s the case? It’s convenience?

I sort of wonder if the fact that my camera is in pieces in my bag all the time deters me from using it. Part of me things that I should want to use it all the time.

Or maybe I’m just in a slump.

So for you, all you peeps with cameras:
Does convenience matter that much?
Should it?

And how do you re-invigorate your interest in art?

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