Dark Side of the Lens Life Philosophy

August 25, 2010 at 6:53 pm Leave a comment

This is why I follow twitter.  Simon Mainwaring posted this video.  Otherwise I would never have come across it.

The video images themselves are stunning and the story tells of a great philosophy towards life.  Here are a couple of quotes that really spoke to me:

“I never set out to become anything in particular only to live creatively and push the scope of experience for adventure and passion.”

“It’s a strange set of skills to acquire and it’s only achievable by [doing it]”

“If I only scrape a living, at least it’s a living worth scraping.  There’s no future in it, but it’s a life worth remembering”


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