|Ourfish (Our"ish) (?), a.|
1. Caring supremely or unduly for one's chosen clique/friends/group; regarding its comfort, advantage, etc...
Originally, this blog started as a joint project though over the course of its span it has mostly been about my contributions to it. Just on a personal level - it became something of a wall for me to write with that mindset of being part of a non-functioning group of authors.
Life happens too and so a culmination of events has led to this poor cyber journal, languishing in its small corner of cyberspace.
Having found the time to tidy house so to speak; I've decided to reclaim this project as my own and to write in a more personable style instead of in third person reportage. I also wanted to keep aspects of the blog the same; being true to how it started - which was on account of someone inspiring and challenging me to do better.
A new definition :
|Dita did a blog-over|
noun someone regarded as eccentric or crazy and standing out from a group [syn: kook]
I have always been known as a bit of an odd fish and in fact - a lecturer at my University once described me as a genuine kook. I thought it appropriate usage of the term for this new phase in the life cycle of a blog and my second life.
I officially blog for World's End Garden and the wonderful creations by Lucia Genesis who has inspired many of my images on Flickr. It is genuinely a great match and I couldn't be happier!
|A recent image I created with the use of WEG's Baroque Horns|
WEG Stores :
There is no getting over the fact that whilst I will blog about fashion, art still remains my central passion. Having realised this - I feel that the content of this blog is more likely to lean on the side of being a compliment to my picture making endeavours; far more than it is likely to be about anything else.
I'd certainly like to blog for more creators whom I find inspiring in my picture making process and if my style of blogging fits in line with your aspirations as a designer in second life then I would be quite happy to hear from you.
Thank you very much for continuing to read OPO.