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Leap Years

Time is thought to be the conduit of how everyone measures the legitimacy of people's places on earth. I have come to find that it is less relevant than that. It is widely believed that as time passes, people gain a better perspective on the world around them. They become wiser to the ways of this process called life. I dispute this claim. I have crossed paths with plenty of people many years my senior that do not know a rattlesnake from a snow shovel. Time has paid no mind as to the significance of their place on earth.

On the opposite side of the spectrum lies Christina Stoever, who strengthens my argument. Her talents appear to be from the hands of a person that has been well seasoned in the world of photography. At age 15, Ms. Stoever has only just begun showing the world what she is capable of, all while laughing in time's face. Every photograph she takes is another instance of the irrelevancy of each tick on the clock.

The seconds, hours, days, weeks, and years do not matter. Passion always prevails over everything else.


Christina Stoever | Age 15 | Plainview, NY

Took her first picture at the age of 6. She hasn't owned a calendar ever since. 

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    But an educated person always ready for a good opportunity he can easily get a very good job because of his education and can get good living standard.

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