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2006年4月28日 (金曜日)

Fragments

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Without much attention, the camera captured a fragment of life there, recorded as image. Mostly we call it a chance, but sometimes I think it is not about a chance. Because it is by our own perceptions to tell us the image as delivered, designated, directed, fated, or manipulated, and so on. Whatever it is produced in each way or perception, to me, sometimes the image is connected to my personal things, which is also related to my life. I don't think I would dramatize the whole thing to call it "a fate," but at least I can sense the relativity of it to my own life, somehow. In a way, it happens the same thing when I fall in love with a piece of music to listen or a great book to read. The book/music is meant to be read/listened by me, a right time in a right place, through the chance, fate, or something. Sometimes I think a life is about collecting those fragments of life together over years of life time.

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