About a year ago I moved to a different village with a population no more then 2127 people.
I had the feeling that I needed to something to get to know a bunch of people. Football (soccer for all you ‘Merica Steemians) is a good start, but then I discoverd the have a photography club. I joined the club and learned about the things the had to say. Basicaly what they do is, they have a meeting every month and every month has it’s own theme.
Once a year there’s an exhibibition where every participant can show four photo’s. One photo is choosen is a special theme and this year it was “Inside Outside”. There are no rules that tell you what Inside Outside means, you can have your own interpretation to it.
These four photo’s are mine:
The 2019 exhibition was last weekend and the results are good. Over three hundred people gave it a visit. Every visitor is asked to fill in a voting document writing down the numbers one, two and three in their opinion. AND GUESS WHAT?!?!?!?
sixty people voted my cristal ball in Canada as the best photo. I didn’t care a lot about having the best photo or not. I just felt like I need to appreciate that so many people come to have a look at our work. But if I’m truly honest: I FEEL GREAT! Is that a bad thing?
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