Photographers often thrive for that "perfect shot" when anticipating the next click. They take one look at the scenery and the aura surrounding it and map out the science via the lens of the camera. This, combined with an intense amount of patience and skill, can often lead to some stunning portraiture. But, I'd be lying if I told you I've spent hours debating every single snap in my portfolio. In fact, I've probably quickfire-clicked at least half of them without really thinking about the chemistry between subject and scenario. And, you know, those were actually some of my best images captured in my photography career. Those blind-fire, careless and shotgun round snaps were actually some of the crowning achievements over a lifetime of complex theory. The best part is – I never even realised it, either.
There's something rather majestic about the Persian cat – don't you think? There's that slight resemblance that we often see in ourselves when we're at our lowest. They're grumpy in appearance, lazy in character, and overall pretty strange to look at when hardly groomed. But, for some reason, we, as cat lovers, can't help but adore their qualities for every time they're brought up in conversation.
We're all destined to be happy one way or another. It's just that some of us often struggle trying to acquire an ideal level of it. But we're all fully capable of fighting for it no matter the circumstance. We just occasionally need that little push in the right direction and a glimmer of hope that happiness can always be found for every living soul. With that faith and beaming optimism – anybody can thrive for a happy life.
When you think of Las Vegas weddings you tend to link them to a couple of things. One, being rather tacky with a shotgun priest. Two, being associated with Elvis and cheap rose petals under a plastic spotlight. Well, what if I told you there was more to a Vegas wedding that that? You probably won't believe me, to be fair. But take it from me – the guy who married the girl of his dreams beneath the very Vegas lights beside the towering Stratosphere hotel. I'll tell you the truth behind Vegas, and why every UK couple should at least consider the possibility of tying the knot in Nevada.
Sometimes, if not all, we fail to locate a glimmer of motivation in order to step outside and run as if our lives depend on it. That's something only a collective group of people are able to do without thinking twice about petty things like most of us do. Say, for example, things like a spot of rain, or a slight lump on our heel. A lot of us convince ourselves that because of these minor speed bumps, running isn't supposed to become a reality during our daily routines. A few, on the other hand, tackle these obstacles with brute force and smash through the fitness wall with little hesitation. If, however, like me you struggle to so much as remove a single brick, then you need the motivational break, my friend.
We wouldn't be human if we didn't all want the best of the best. It's in our nature to want things and want them now. That doesn't make you a greedy person, nor does it make you ridiculously selfish. It makes you, like me, overall pretty regular. And, what's to say we can't enjoy the sacred fruits of a richer life every now and then without having to think twice about breaking the bank? We're all on a short ride after all. We might as well enjoy each day as if they could be our last.