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Mahatma Gandhi said "Happiness is what you think, said and done."

Actually I’m not a Gandhi fans because I don’t know anything about him. But what he said just made me think about my feeling when I push the shutter of my camera.

Photo by hervinsyah

Been an unemployee for almost 5 year made me always fight everyday with my parent. And I leave my home with upset and worst feeling and mood to snip snap at the street.

Photo by hervinsyah

Mostly after walk about one or two mile from home, I can be happy again, especially when I met viewtiful object to shoot.

Photo by hervinsyah

But when I get something that made me feel angry and sad, my bad mood are back again. Is that true that the mood have corelation with the result of our photo?

Photo by hervinsyah

And today I’m VEY HAPPY _ after two of eight article that I wrote this month are been published. Actually I’m very worried will losing my piggies if my article didn’t get published because my piggies will expired on December 7th, 2012. Last month I wrote 5 article and none of them were getting published. Honestly it’s a bad motivation I have inside, writing article to reach something, not to share or to inform, I’m sorry T-T



written by hervinsyah


  1. laughing_giraffe


    Interesting observations. I always feel better when I take photos too.

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  2. hervinsyah


    @laughing_giraffe : Isn't it? People said that the mood of our feeling will picture on the photo that we shoot. Btw thanks for comment =D

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