Thursday, 21 October 2010

the road less travelled...



The mornings are getting so dark around here, that most of the journey to work is done in darkness now. I have to confess though to a certain fondness for seeeing the world wake up and the sun rise, even if it is through the windows of the car.

I'm beginning to get my mojo back again and am still enjoying the mondo beyondo course I've started. It's making me realise about the things I want and I realise how much I really want to be a photographer and that I just need to stop procrastinating and take steps to do something about it!

There, I've said it in black and white to make it more real. Only it's pretty scary wondering if I'm good enough or whether I can do it, but sometimes the road less travelled, even if a little bumpy in places is still the place I want to go and it's got to the point where not trying to make the journey has become impossible...

6 comments:

anna said...

I was wondering about that Mondo Beyondo course when you posted you were doing it -- can't wait to hear more as it progresses!

And as to what you just wrote down in black and white? Yes! You are very talented and ready to do this!

Casie said...

Being scared can be worth it Jac. Your images are stunning, you certainly have an eye. Pursue pursue pursue!

SE'LAH... said...

i often get up early to watch the sun rise. a beautiful moment.

stephanie said...

Do it! Your photos are beautiful. And you'll never know what could have been if you don't give it a shot. (No pun intended.)

Jenny C said...

I'm just looking at your blog for the first time, and I find myself wanting to leave you the same comment after each post, "Beautiful pictures! Wow, the pictures! You're killing me with the gorgeous pictures!!" So glad that you are pursuing this dream, because you have nothing to fear. Thanks for friending me, by the way. : )

Martina said...

Jac! You have to go for it...you are DEFINITELY good enough...look at the comments you get all the time on your pictures! You have to give it a go...yayy for you!
Martina xx