Tuesday, March 25, 2014


One can study all the optics involved in a camera and then become a photographer; another can start shooting and become a photographer. The final quality of the photograph will depend solely on the artist eye of the moment and the resulting photograph.  The study of optics will have insignificant bearing on the final photograph. Similarly all artistic endeavors like music, drawing, singing, acting and golf too will depend on the spontaneous reaction to the moment and not a predetermined action determined elsewhere.
The learning of mechanics and all element of how to hit the ball has little value as every shot in a game of golf is shot unique to the moment, to the position of the ball in relation to the target. This hit to target is a result of observation and then a reaction to surroundings – nothing else is important than being in the moment spontaneously creating a shot that destroy the target .


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