A conversation that led to a tricky question. So yesterday before I went home from having dinner with my family, Dim asked me something pretty stupid. Well, he was actually looking at all the images in my camera and suddenly stopped and said,
"I didn't see any of U's pictures here. You never shot him before?"
"No, never. He doesn't like cameras."
"I thought you liked him that much. Apparently not."
And so I was thinking what was that meant. Of course I like U so damn much, but does it have something to do with taking his pictures? O.o Well, mostly boys don't like being captured by camera right? And then Dim asked me,
"If you may choose between your camera and U, what would be your decision?"
"Why should I choose? I'd take both of them."
"You can only choose one. So choose one."
And I said I'd take U. He laughed. He said I may would have a happy ever after love story, but without a camera, I'd forget all the happy stuffs etc. I thought, and I changed my answer and said I'd take my camera. He laughed again. What's the point of having a camera without having the object you'd take shots for? See what I meant? It's tricky. I gave up and Dim said,
"The answer is simple, you'd take the boy in your camera, now you have both of them. Even if he's not there yet, but there will always an empty space left in your memory card for him, right? Try to take his pictures even if he doesn't like any of your photographs! It's always worth it..."
Now the question ranging on my head is, does it?
PS: Sorry for the all-economic-texts in the picts above. I was so bored whilst doing my homeworks and studied for the exams :D But there you have it!