JACK AND KC PART VI ::: LITTLE THINGS MATTER
As Winter quietly puts her footstep into the Southern Hemisphere, photography side of things tend to get slow down a bit, only a LITTLE bit. When I was imagining making photography trips to exotic places in the country or to overseas, I just had most of my June and July calendar filled except for a little gap, only a LITTLE gap. Now winter is here, I am so looking forward to some ski trips this year! Maybe in August.
I’ve always thought one of the things I learned from my past working years was that little things do matter. But now when I reflect on it, it was perhaps trained from young age, or maybe further, passed down from my parents as genes as I see my mum is a very attention to detail and a very methodological person. I remember parents brought my cousins and I to the park to do sketching, while my most arty cousin drew a corner of the lakefront and my other cusin drew a magnified piece of leaf with fine textures and patterns of the veins, I had a almost a panoramic view of the park with the most exquisite details to the extend that even the label on the rubbish bin was clearly printed. It was just like a landscape photo taken at F16 with a DSLR camera! Haha. Be it good or bad, the ability to noticing details was probably borned in me.
Today just so happens to be Children’s Day for China so some reflection on childhood memories couldn’t be less appropriate (more? or less? Anyway, you get what I mean…). By the way, since I like LITTLE things and details, I just celebrated it myself buy buying the Canon 100mm F2.8 L Macro IS lens yesterday. It’s The Lens for detail photos!.
Below are some detail shots from Jack and Kc’s wedding. I couldn’t mention enough how lovely Bridgewater was as a wedding venue. And if you were to put decorations you would find you are putting decorations inside an already beautified decoration. Double the beauty!
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