When I saw these art pieces for the first time, I initially thought they are dancers. Until I saw some indentation lines on the lady’s left leg, showing its position. Then I assumed they must be doing some Asian martial arts, most probably tai-chi. What do you think?
Shot with Canon 50D, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L, shot in AV @ 1/30, f/4, focal length 45mm, ISO 400
One of many good things about moving country all the time is, you make friends wherever you are, up to the point where you have friends in all corners of the world. Yes, it’s always sad to leave them after one or two years, but in this globalisation age, communicating with them is only a click away.
Oh, and don’t forget about all those farewell gifts you receive every time ;-).
These are my latest farewell gift from a good friend, back in July. We just had a dinner party at home last night, so, decorated with yellow chrysant, I used them as low centrepieces for the long table. Without flowers, they actually look like this :
It’s a set of pottery by Gary Wang from 2009, titled Chinese Kung-Fu the 2nd Six Forms. They look rather abstract, but they actually represent, from left to right : spinning, ambushing, kicking, meditating, turning and pouncing.
Shot with Canon 50D, Canon EF-S 10 – 22mm f/3.5 – 4.5 USM, shot @ 1/40, f/4.5, ISO 100 (1st picture) and shot @ 1/30, f/4.5, ISO 125 (2nd picture)