i believe that all the stories are about the writer (either their past or future). sometimes they can model the future a bit(proved on own experience). happy stories are easier created together with someone in fact and they doesn't have to be full of never-dying sence and purpose, because just being happy is worth pretty much. kind and strong people are underrated in fiction but can be interesting and versatile and worth the love as well. so i am very looking forward for your happy story. heh.. i wish this speech from the bottom of my heart would make some contribution.
btw when i think about happy moments in your pictures i always remember in the first place the very old picture where young Alex in the Dimmu Borgir hoodie is lying on Kevin's lap. i like that picture freakin' a lot!
they are positive in the long run = having right ending. but this is not the point, they're still full of sadness. i don't know any of your stories from the very beginning to the very end in fact. although i ask millions of extra questions. and the bits i see are very sad. this mood and the volumes remind me of Tolkien's Silmarillion in fact. it is one of the greatest things i've read i think. but it is very very sad, the saddest of all, although has a positive and right ending.