Living in the Moment

Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever.

Aaron Siskind

Time flies so fast, how can we keep our memories alive? One of the best ways probably is through the photos we took. Photos offer us a life-long ticket to travel back in time as we wish.

Someone told me, we never know who we were, who we are and who we will become until you looked at all those photos we took. It kept all of our memories within. We could never live those moments again, but we can still restore the feelings by looking at them.

All the colors we ever saw, the scents we ever smelt, and the laughter we ever made, they were eternal thanks to the perfect capture of the moments.

Right at the moment, we pressed the button, we created our own time storage, or to be exact, a reserve for our memories where we find the chance to live it again.

Just by looking at a visual piece, we are given a ticket to the trip down memory lane, just the mere thought of it is awesome in itself.

Sometimes, people wish they could take pictures of every second, even every scene of their life movie. Isn’t it too much to ask for? Literally, it is.

Human life expectancy is about 70 to 80 years. How are we going to store all those pics if we take pictures of every second?