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- Photography is a journey. For every shutter release, it takes you a step further into the journey. For every careful composition you make, it makes you see better the things you see. And for every picture you have taken, it makes you more appreciative of what you see and evaluative, of your own perception.
Photography is also an extension of your memory. It captures what you like to see again, or remember. While memories would fade or distort, scene in the photo would remain the same forever. Even if the place or the people of the scene, has changed with time. And one day, those pictures you have taken,would be your only memory of the things you have forgotten. Or lost. Or loved.
Photography is about a moment in time. We might not be able to go backward or forward in it, but you could freeze a moment of it. Just so, you could relive again those moments in mind, somewhere in time.
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