A Day as Good as Any Other Days
” All of us who do creative works, we get into it because we have good taste. But there’s a gap. For the first couple of years, what you’re making isn’t so good. It has ambition to be good, but it is not quite that good. But your taste is good enough that you can tell, that what you’re making is a disappointment to you. A lot of people never get passed that phase, a lot of people quit.
Almost everybody I know, who does interesting creative work, they went through a phase of years, where they knew their work felt short, and it didn’t have the special thing that we wanted it to have.
If you’re going through it right now, if you’re just getting out of that phase, you gotta know it’s totally normal. The most important thing that you can do, is do a lot of work. Because it’s actually only by going through a volume of work that you actually going to close that gap. And the work you’re making will be finally as good as your ambitions. ” — verbal quote from Ira Glass
(note to self : ))
One in, one out
A House only for Blurry Plants
photo shot with Fuji XT-3, 35mm f 1.4