Ansel Adams at 111
I would like to respond more thoroughly but I'm at work and on my phone. But I do feel I owe and apology for my harsh judgement. I was assuming you were an American (typical American small mindedneeds). And as you stated Americans often have a different view on what wealth and poor mean.
Originally Posted by Rafal Lukawiecki
I congratulate you on your success, and thank you for responding with dignity and kindness, you show us all how to strive to be better.
I suppose you are right, it is nice to not be entrapped by certain circumstances that are often only problems of the rich and to be able to constantly focus and fulfill your life. It's hard to imagine for me, I agree I hope that I can become more wealthy than I am now, I have never been as poor as you, so perhaps I should appreciate my "poor wealth" as I have been able to afford nice equipment and time to shoot and process and hopefully soon I will be selling more of my work.
Time will tell.
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