Its again that time of the year when I am forced to answer questions from my office colleagues (esp. my bosses) - "So Abhishek, what resolutions do you have for this year". And I end up mumbling the same answer "I don't believe in these resolutions, as I am 101% sure, come Jan2nd, and I'll be back to my usual routine :)". And that's 1 resolution I have managed to keep for a long time.
I remember, back in my school days, writing an essay on "New Year's Resolution" was a part of the winter vacation assignment. And, talking about assignments in school, I was the laziest of the lot - I always managed to scribble something on my notebook - most of them being the usual "I will complete my assignments in time, I will not wait for the last week to study for my exam, etc etc".
So 1st of January every year is that day when you say that whatever you do today is what you are going to do for the rest of the year, right? (And now, thanks to social networking tools like Twitter, everyone knows everyones resolutions immediately - isn't that scary??). This year, I ended up spending my entire day in bed, down with a bad cold, eating pizza, and watching endless episodes of "The Office". Would I like myself to do that for the entire year? You bet!!! I DO :) :)
P.S - For those of you who might be wondering how unfortunate it is for me to be down with fever on 1st of Jan, it was actually a result of my photography enthusiasm that landed me in such a soup. I had a chance to click some photographs of fireworks at Navy Pier, Chicago, on the occasion of the new year's eve. But there was a catch. The show started at 8.15 PM in the night, and I had to stand next to the freezing Michigan Lake in the cold (it was around -20 degrees Celsius). I ended up with my hands completely numb for the next 30 min, and a BAD BAD cold by the time I went to sleep. Here are some of the pics I took, by the way....
For more pics, go to: Fireworks at Navy Pier
Hehehe.. Talk about sitting at home, spending the whole day in bed.. Well, it scares me to think what will happen to me if that's how I am going to spend the rest of my year.. :DReplyDelete
Thats some awesome photography btw!! Keep it up!!! :)
I am completely outta words pal. Beautiful snaps. Just to recollect, to click fireworks pics, i should keep low shutter speed and low aperture as well. right?
awwwww... you're down with cold and fever! I hope you are feeling better now. Look at the pics and i am sure you'd feel better about taxing yourself to take those pictures in the freezing cold..bravo!
@all: Thanks :)ReplyDelete
@Himanshu: Yes, low shutter speed + small aperture (higher F stop value) does the trick - you can infact use Shutter Priority semi-automatic mode to make the camera adjust the aperture instead.