Sunday, September 13, 2009

The Mask...

Is there a mask before all our faces...!

I hold the mask given to me, a feet away. It does not let us, to be us. I just try to be myself, always.



But it's true and my experience proves that people hardly like such characters. What's the point in faking! People always tend to forget that beneath the mask lies the treasure. Of course all treasures are found in containers with rust formed over the centuries. Well, only when people talk to me they like me, I explore myself more and that is one reason I like communicating. There have been many people who missed a chance of being part of my world, simply because they din't talk to me more. Fortunately, the more I explore myself - seems that a better side can be unearthed.

I know that I would end up having only a few around my coffin on the D-day. But I would be in my eternal sleep knowing that I have been true to my heart & those around me would know it as well.

Though the title is from the movie, this picture has nothing to do with it. It is a random self-shot that I tried out in my Canada apartment. Was tough setting it up as there wasn't any room for placing my camera. As always, its fun doing it.

NOTE: Never ever look into bright light resources, not good for eyes. I was using a low power light and din't look into it.

7 comments:

Meow said...

Very good shot :) Seriously I loved it :) and about Masks... I've had hell lotta discussion about this with myself :P

N.J. LiQuiD rEaMs.. said...

yeah my friend.. we are all wearing a mask.. that can only fall down when we find someone capable of aceppting us the way we really are...
I loved the pic and the writing sooooo much!!!!!!!!!!! Kisses from the other side ;)

Smilie! said...

Oh!! Heavy :)

Mitr - Friend said...

What is the light source... I mean what is the model holding..???
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joshi daniel said...

beautifully taken!

Sujay said...

Sowmi, yeah...its a deep subject.

Neny, am glad u lykd it sooo much...kisses too.

Shalini, the mask or the writing! do you want mine...ha ha ha, I aint using èm...

Bhusha, its a over head lamp in my dining hall...itz me, wondering why you are not referring as `you`!

Joshi, will surely try for better ones...

Arasu said...

It looks like you are holding the moon! Nice shot.Wearing masks is a strain and it stifles our spontaneity.

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