Thursday, July 26

Normality's Beauty

Normality since to be the best beauty most of the time. How sometimes we get distracted by things that appear first to be most appealing but looking beneath it all, well, the beneath seems to greet you very quickly.

Like my camera settings. There’s this ‘bright’ mood where it gives your pictures a punchier color tone. Yet, switching over to the natural setting, you’d tend to appreciate it for the amount of detail not sacrificed in getting the prior color level.

Or a bass amp I’ve been using for years. It has this quick fix ‘deep’ button which makes the bass sounds well, deeper and more, err.. bass-ier. It’s appealing at first, having it make a resonating low boom on each note played. Yet, you’d tend to realize how anything else a little way above that spectrum sounds crap.

Hence again, turning it off returned the fullness and richness upon a naturally induced bass note.
Or like how natural things in life matters; health, love, friendship, family, home and similar trepidations. There’s no quick fix buttons to these things.

2 Eye Balls:

jasonphoon said...

so you're saying you prefer plain looking girls when, on closer inspection are true beauties instead ?

very profound .... hmmm

yellow_monsta said...

eh, no.. it applies to everything but girls..

girls inside outside also must be beautiful.. and must have lots of buttons to press.. :D

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