The other day, Bossy’s daughter travelled with the rest of her sixth grade class to New York City. She was desperate to take a camera with her — but cold-hearted Bossy was too preoccupied to give it much thought, although she finally agreed to purchase the cheapest disposable camera known to man, the one with the least amount of photos on it.
And while Bossy’s daughter’s friends were liberally snapping photos with their digital cameras, Bossy’s daughter clutched her cardboard case and tried to make sure her pictures really counted.
To make matters more heartbreaking, the majority of her photos didn’t turn out since the cheap-arse flash wasn’t working.
But. The above photo was taken in the entrance to the United Nations headquarters, and it’s so thoughtful with its opposing shapes and cropping, and it proves a fancy camera isn’t what gives the photographer a good eye.