Sometimes I think about superiority and stuff, I remember watching some video about how world leaders try to aim to be the last through a door and to lightly push the person in front of them through it, this gives the sense of ‘superiority’, something to do with the last through the door is meant to be ‘welcoming’ everyone else. Some leaders will both try to apply this and end up walking in circles around each other like kids saying “No, you go first!” “No, you go first!”

But that’s a false sense of significance, that’s not what actually makes you significant, if you want significance then be significant, don’t say or act like you’re significant.

I remember reading some quote something along the lines of “If you’re good, you will tell everyone. If you’re great, everyone will tell you.”

For some reason I feel a sense of irony in this post...

Thought I might finish with a quote (Which coincidentally I only found last night) more relevant to the screenshot:

With photography, everything is in the eye and these days I feel young photographers are missing the point a bit. People always ask about cameras but it doesn’t matter what camera you have. You can have the most modern camera in the world but if you don’t have an eye, the camera is worthless. Young people know more about modern cameras and lighting than I do. When I started out in photography I didn’t own an exposure meter – I couldn’t , they didn’t exist! I had to guess. – Alfred Eisenstaedt