Greatness is not solely found in grand heroic gestures, but instead more regularly forged through small, good habits, repeated frequently. Much like the recipe that procured the photographed potato and cheese omelettes, where time-mastered simplicity is projected in each tasty bite, perfection is an excellent end to an often ongoing means. I wrote this haiku to summarise my thoughts.
Better for the time,
As persons aged, so delicate,
(Photo – Eli Woodbine, Canada, 2016)