On Tuesday May 3rd, I turned 21.
Although some might say the opposite, 21 years is a pretty long period of time. 21 years feels like a lifetime, for all the positive and negative experiences I’ve gained and endured. 21 years is 252 months of existence on this Earth. It is around 1,095 weeks. Approximately 7,665 days.
It is freaking 6.623e+8 seconds.
Of course, in comparison to the time of the universe, this lapse of time is very very very insignificant, but it is all relative anyway.
Without further ado, here are 21 lessons that I learnt (most of the time via the hard way) during those 21 years and that will probably stay on with me for a very long time. Moreover, I wanted to make this post a little special, therefore, each lesson is presented to you in a picture-text form, designed and personalized by me.
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I’m taking this week’s challenge, Work of Art, as an opportunity to finally show you my first original painting on canvas, which I think I’m calling Homothea’s End. It was painted with acrylics 🙂
By the way if you have missed my last post, Narcissism & Manipulation, go and read it! It’s the first of a series in which I’m going to post every week on psychological profiles, based on my personal observations of the world. 😀
An Evil Nymph.
For this week’s challenge, which is ‘perspective‘, I was inspired by you, yes you, people who read my blog, and especially those who read about my post on Candid Street Photography, and that’s because you’ve told me how you liked that first photo with the colouful umbrellas…
And here are photos of the same place, with the same umbrellas, but taken in different perspectives.
And looking down to them.
So what do you think of this week’s theme, perspective? Feel free to show me your own interpretation!
An Evil Nymph.
For Chinese New Year, I did an interesting experiment with my Nikon Coolpix p520, that of the famous light painting! Like this:
First, I’d like to share the video tutorial that led me to discover this amazing art:
Watch it if you want to know how to do it, because here I’m mainly going to show how it’s not necessary to have all these high tech equipments to achieve the same results.
Basically, here’s what you need to do light painting:
– Torches (any colour! or many colours! I actually used my phone’s flashlight, which was downloaded on Play Store :P)
– Any camera that can be manually set to low exposure (low shutter speed)
– Something stable to put your camera on, like a tripod.
– Preferably a remote control, like in the video above, so as to again minimize shakiness. Because pressing the shutter button directly can make the camera shaky, I guess.
– And most importantly: friends!!! Yeps, and have fun! I had my sister and cousins with me 🙂
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“Let there be light” to “It is finished” only amounted to bo-oum.
~ A Passage to India by E. M. Forster
I hope I got the quote right… Didn’t check but then a few weeks ago I was revising this book for my literature exams 😛
Anyway… LET THERE BE LIGHT!
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Because of exams, I might not be blogging for the next few months – unless I feel like making exceptions.
But I’m not gone 🙂
Stay positive, dear readers!
An Evil Nymph.
First, I’d like to say Happy International Women’s Day – belated, I know – to all women who are standing up in their life for their rights right in the 21st century. 🙂
And then, I bet you are wondering what’s that title, well, I won’t beat about the bush, so An Evil Nymph’s Blog has been receiving blog awards since I last posted about them at the end of January. Thus since the beginning of February, awards have accumulated in my bookmark, constantly urging me everyday to put them out in a post, and today… is finally the day!
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Alright now you might be thinking that I’m going to lecture you on the fact on which everyone babbles about yet never really apply it in their minds: that beauty lies in the soul, in one’s personality, and not in exterior beauty.
Yes, I don’t disagree with that.
But I’ve found that the real problem is how to make your beautiful personality visible? I mean, I know for all of us, especially women, it’s hard to believe that we are beautiful, because every morning our mirror claims otherwise. We know that we have amazing personalities but only we know. What about the others then? It’s hard for them to break the ice to finally reach this beauty that lies inside, and most of them just won’t bother digging. So how to make the link between interior and exterior beauty?
And before you click out of this page, which I hope you won’t, let me tell you that the solution isn’t about makeup and hair or clothes.
It’s much more than that.
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Unusual – I kind of like this word. I’ve always been considering myself as unusual, and everyone should too because we are all unique. And what is unique, is out of the ordinary, thus… bizarre! 🙂
When I think of unusual, some many things can come to my mind.
Unusual can be something that you’ve never seen/experienced before…
A breaking new innovation: zoos of children!
(don’t worry, no children has been harmed or forced into a cage… it’s an optical photo illusion ^^)
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