There has never before been a time where humanity has been able to capture moments so readily, easily and with such finesse. We now carry tiny photographic cameras, powerful audio recording devices and the potential to film video footage in the palm of our hands; within a far simpler tool to master than a quill or paintbrush. Equally, the prevelance of social media allows us a platform to share these moments with many other within our social group or indeed strangers around the world. Within this heightened ability we are allowed to display small glimpses of our everyday like never before. This thought inpsired the following haiku.
My meal looks so good,
You should see what it looked like,
You should really care.
(Photo – Eli Woodbine, Canada, Toronto, 2016)