Sunday, February 21, 2010

Mending Fences

Mending Fences 
Exposure: 1/40|Aperture: f/1.8|Focal Length: 50 mm|ISO Speed: 200

It's important to mend fences from time to time. There may be something larger at stake then you can imagine or even realize now. It's easy to get carried away in a blame game and you will end up arguing till the cows come home. At the end of which you will feel none the better. Better to take a step back and resolve it in a manner that is constructive.  I believe this applies to most things in life, you can achieve more satisfaction by breaking down barriers and building bridges! 
Yes, this thought sprouts from something I have been experiencing lately and I shall leave it at that.

Side Note:  I will from time to time mention related articles, photographs that I find interesting.
Here's how I found an item related to today's post.
I decided to search for the phrase "mend faces' and I came across this interesting
blog post on the NY Times related to the Winter Olympics and the U.S olympic team.



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I am an Informatics Specialist, involved in analysis and visualization of biological and clinical data. Photography is what I do in my spare time. I live in Cambridge, MA.

This blog is the medium to showcase one photo per post from what I shoot. I will try to do post one a day!


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