The best thing to do is not doing anything.
Sorry about my Chucks (often) getting the exposure. I just fancy this shot a lot. And the dry leaves falling at the tips of my shoes are just the great mood booster. A guy at the office saw me once in this kind of mood and asked me (with a serious look as if i am sick in the head or something), "Why do you always photograph your feet?" By the mere fact that he mentioned the word "always" it means he often see me doing it. I was shaken there a bit. So anyway I told him, it's not the feet that I like to shoot but the Chucks. My affinity for this shoes goes way beyond my normal psyche. And then thinking about it now. Maybe it wasn't the Chucks that I like to capture but the mere moment of it. The moment of dilly-dally, where I just lay there languid and I see great works of nature unfolding before me. It's not everyday that dry leaves blew at the tips of your feet and you're just there, waiting for the bus to arrive. It's not everyday that I wish and stay. Oh well. Now this is me becoming utterly cheesy and weird.
I discovered that I can't write poems anymore. that is what i get from digging in to too much pop. i am starting to hate writing the scary stuff. i want the cheesy, fun stuff now.