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World from a cubicle

My Scholarship entry - The world as it is, seemed from a cubicle

Argentina | Wednesday, 19 November 2014 | 4 photos


I am in no ways a professional photographer. I'm a salesman, who spends 9 hours per day in my cubicle, while commuting for at least 2 hours as well. Even though the day has 24 hours, and I spent 11 of the total "working", I would say that at least half of that "productive" time is spent daydreaming, imagining, browsing, or simply gasping for the day I will be looking up the sky with the northern lights dancing over me.
I tend do dream a lot, even though I see the world from a cubicle. I call it however, the cubicle of opportunity, because it was where I planned and schemed the best trips of my life, including my two month adventure through Latin America, and my short but incredible trip to the Argentinean Patagonia. From America to Europe, all the way to Egypt and the United States, nothing fascinated me more than nature. The same nature of imposing mountains and delicate dunes, of warm seas and frigid lakes, and of course, of life and death. I travel to live, to think and to learn. This scholarship would mean more than just techniques to me, it would mean a breaking of my own personal perspective, from the cubicle to lenses that see through the world.

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