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I like to do photography
this has only been cropped, nothing else
i have been through all the child abuse stuff :/ im 17 now, im in a good place now, with dad but i still get really unhappy (i dont tell him that) but if i can, ill go out and take photos, i seem to be quite good at it, all my friends say, and i like the photos. its rewarding to get some good results, specially with a $150AUS camera that isnt all that good ive include a few of my shots, and said if they've been edited.
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