The pinhole photograph showing 2953 arcs of the sun over 8 years and 1 month started around mid November, 2012. It was today or around today that the first few photons were just barely activating the photography paper at the back of a beercan at an observatory in England. This is a post I made around that time. Every post I’d made between then and just about to now, that camera was getting just a few photons through its little pinhole.

The pinhole photograph showing 2953 arcs of the sun over 8 years and 1 month started around mid November, 2012. It was today or around today that the first few photons were just barely activating the photography paper at the back of a beercan at an observatory in England. This is a post I made around that time.
 
Every post I’d made between then and just about to now, that camera was getting just a few photons through its little pinhole.
This isn’t saying “Do this “in place of” a harder thing.
 
This is saying “Do this “in place of” being stuck in analysis paralysis.
 
Once your engine gets going, you can move forward. But if the engine is jammed, you need to unbreak it somehow and, this can work.
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That pinhole camera taking the sun’s path for 8 years has me inspired. Anything in the past 8 years and 1 month was happening while that thing was just snatching a few photons and converting them into chemical energy or whatever happens on a photo paper.
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The pinhole photograph showing 2953 arcs of the sun over 8 years and 1 month started around mid November, 2012. It was today or around today that the first few photons were just barely activating the photography paper at the back of a beercan at an observatory in England. This is a post I made around that time.
Every post I’d made between then and just about to now, that camera was getting just a few photons through its little pinhole.
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