Lost in Translation

Do we always live a useful life? Some of our lives are lost in culture, in the growing needs of our relations, in our own dreams. We become lost in our own lives. The voices we hear dissolve and vanish amongst a crowd. It seems we hear everything whilst looking at each other in awareness, but our minds are empty, void. It is as if we have lost our souls and there is nothing left. Everything we once dreamed of is no longer vital or has impact. It is as if we are adrift in a world in shambles.

Abstract in Puerto Montt, by Cameron Cope

Abstract in Puerto Montt, by Cameron Cope

Photographer Cameron James Cope (Melbourne, Australia), captured the photo, which reminds me of my innermost-self in which sometimes, I find myself lost. The only question that lingers through my mind is am I lost in life. What do you think; are you?

Article written by: Mohiuddin Ahmed
Edited by: Nilla Palmer
Inspired by: Photo of the Day | July 01 | Abstract in Puerto Montt, by Cameron Cope

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