Everybody Needs a Hobby

September 06, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

The mainstream media has a tendency to only provide coverage of popular sports, hobbies and pastimes. There is more to life than mainstream interests. Television has created a world of spectators instead of participants. You know who they are; the armchair quarterback, the sofa hog or PC jockey. Typically full of criticism and self-loathing of any activity that is outside the norm or not televised on TV. Thankfully there are people that are outside the norm and do participate in their own hobbies and interests. Some would call the people that attend FanExpo or Comicon as freaks and weirdos. Look at this from a different angle. They are actively participating in something that they love. This is a far cry from the bench warming activities of the armchair quarterback. In the Gallery you will see people that have a zest for life. We could all learn something from their passion.

A hint for photographers, you might want to hire a FanExpo or Comicon participant as your next model. They already know how to hit the poses.

Watsonphotography.ca creates unique images of fashion, models, people, travel, nature and racing sports by the Toronto based photographer Peter Watson.


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