Archives for the month of: January, 2012

Another week another challenge. Another very subjective challenge. This can be good. We can find many different meanings for a theme. So i’ll start this challenge with food for thought. What kinds of hopes and dreams does this man have? And what were his childhood hopes? Can you tell if he achieved his dreams and got what he hoped to get? Don’t answer too fast. Maybe he did. Maybe playing in a Subway in New York is more than he imagined someday. In other hand maybe he didn’t. Maybe this is just where he ended up and those eyes are as empty as they look. Who knows? Maybe if i asked him at the time of the shot i could tell you guys now….

This week’s challenge was not that easy to me. I’m one of those people that thinks nothing is that simple. There’s always something else about something that makes is unique and complex and intriguing and amazing. So i’ll post only one shot this time so maybe i can make my point clear. Shoes on the wire can mean fun? I heard it can mean danger. Some dealers use it as a signal. It can mean peace. How many stories are behind a shoe in the wire and what’s the story of this one? Not that simple to figure…


Today i was robed in a really different way. At least for my internet money robbery was not my reality until now. I heard many people saying: change your password and make it difficult. I never did. Actually i used the same password for most things online. No more. At 5 am today someone got into my skype and used it to make 200 bucks in calls to Pakistan. All different numbers so there’s nobody i can try to blame on the other side of the line. Those were probably prank calls. Just  to use the money. Skype has this bad habit as most internet companies do have to convince you to use automatic renewal. If i didn’t use it they would not spend my 200. They would probably spend 10 bucks. So i learned my lesson: taking more care of my digital wallet because as i talked to them this morning i learned they will not give my money back or even leave that amount as future credit. They say my password is my business. I guess it is.