First World Problems
Remember about three years ago when we had an earth-shattering problem that vexed lawmakers and divided the populace in various parts of the USA?
It seemed to have no solution. It seemed intractable. It seemed as if even Solomon himself would be of no use if he was around.
I haven’t heard much on that topic lately.
Maybe other stuff has taken precedence or maybe the world has followed the lead of the San Diego Airport.
I look forward to ignoring other pointless yet inevitable fictions. That’s because I’ve trained myself to ignore the noise in the mainstream culture and focus on making art.
About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2300 completed sessions in all 50 US states.