To click or not to clik, that is the question


posted on 9th of april, 2013

Ok, so i've been ill the last couple of days and unable to sleep with nasty coughing...basically too much down time on my hand.
Posting just for fun (Blatant ripoff). To Enjoy or Not...


TO CLICK, OR NOT TO CLIK, THAT IS THE QUESTION:
WHETHER 'TIS NOBLER IN THE MIND TO SUFFER
THE SLINGS AND ARROWS OF OUTRAGEOUS REJECTION,
OR TO TAKE ARMS AGAINST A SEA OF BAD PHOTOS,
AND BY OPPOSING END THEM: TO SUBMIT, TO PASS
NO MORE; AND BY A PASS, TO SAY WE END
THE HEART-ACHE, AND THE THOUSAND UNNATURAL SHOCKS
THAT REJECTION IS HEIR TO? 'TIS A CONSUMMATION
DEVOUTLY NOT TO BE WISHED. TO SUBMIT TO PASS,
TO SUBMIT, PERCHANCE TO DREAMSTIME; AYE, THERE'S THE RUB,
FOR IN THAT SUBMISSION OF PHOTO, WHAT DREAMS MAY COME,
WHEN WE HAVE SHUFFLED OFF THIS REJECTED PHOTO,
MUST GIVE US GLEE. THERE'S THE REJECT THAT MAKES
CALAMITY OF UPLOADING:
FOR WHO WOULD BEAR THE WHIPS AND SCORNS OF REJECTION,
THE SEA OF SIMILARS, THE LACK OF FOCUS,
THE WRATH OF COMPOSITION, THE DARKNESS OF LIGHTING
THE MERIT OF UNWORTHY PHOTOS TAKEN,
WHEN THEY THEMSELF MIGHT THEIR QUIETUS MAKE
BY BREAKING CAMERA? WHO COULD BEAR THE BURDEN.
TO EDIT AND KEYWORD UNDER A WEARY LIFE,
IN THE HOPE OF REWARD IN TIME,
THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY, TO WHERE WE
MICROSTOCKERS GO, PUZZLES THE WILL,
BUT WE BEAR THOSE IMPURE SHOTS WE HAVE,
AND TO GO FORTH AND TAKE MORE,
THUS REJECTION DOES MAKE PHOTOGRAPHERS OF US ALL,
AND THUS THE NATIVE HUE OF PATIENCE AND DETERMINATION
IS STRENGTHENED WITH CAST OF THOUGHT,
AND THE ILL OF POOR EXECUTION IS CURED WITH RESOLVED EFFORT, AND REJECTIONS OF GREAT WORRY AND MOMENT,
ARE FORGOTTEN WITH REGENERATED FUTURE VISIONS,
AND LOOSE THE WEIGHT OF DREAD.

CLIK YOU NOW.

Comments (10)

Posted by Robinstockphotos on April 17, 2013
Lol, nice one. :)
By the way, whether to click or not to click isn't the main question in my case. Questions I face is "Will it click when it should?" and "To keep or to delete". :P
Posted by Daddiomanottawa on April 16, 2013
Feeling much better now y'all.
thx for the comments.
Posted by Panayiotisdemou on April 15, 2013
i like your thinking!!!! fun to read this!! :)
Posted by Kittycat on April 14, 2013
I hope you feel better soon.
Posted by Egomezta on April 12, 2013
I hope you're better now... Great thinking.
Posted by Yelo34 on April 12, 2013
Loved it! Thanks
Posted by Forestpath on April 11, 2013
Hilarious! That was great!!
Posted by Daddiomanottawa on April 10, 2013
this blog be from a ranting madman,
an ill player, briefly with too much time on his hands,
that struts and frets his moment upon the stage,
and then, when feeling better, is heard no more;
it is a tale told by an idiot,
full of sound and fury,
signifying nothing.

thx all.
we could do this Shakespearean thing all day long lol
Posted by Amlyd on April 10, 2013
Oh for views of fire!
That would ascend the brightest heaven of downloads

oops! i must be dreamstiming again
Posted by Physi28 on April 09, 2013
I wish you a fast recovery much as if you are always so creative when you feel bad.. very interesting thoughts!



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