I took this picture of my mom and dad last summer when they visited us. My first effort of taking their portraits for my photography homework years ago met with extremely unflattering results. They claimed that I made then look lumpy and shabby, like a pair of refugees. I don't blame them because in their mind they still look super fabulous like this:
I don't think I ever looked that good. Aren't parents old photos from the 30s and 40s just fantastic?
Sunday, April 12, 2009
... that the lady bunny's toilet in the office is 'somehow' linked with the gentleman bunny's toilet. Because one day bunny is happily doing its business and suddenly the seat felt like a teeter-totter. Bunny could only imagine that there was a 'greater force' at work on the other end.
Sunday, April 5, 2009
I'm in a polaroid mood lately, I think almost any pictures instantly has interests when 'polaroized'. Suddenly the present turned into the past, the meaningless became meaningful. But I also heard the polaroid company stopped making the shaking film papar, and I don't think their new instant digital camera produces that old school polaroid look. Does this mean the end of the polaroid era? How sad would that be. (It's like saying to the world: Sorry guys! There's no more cake. Eat pie instead.) I'm sure there are artists out there who's entire life's artwork revolves around the unique polaroid look and polaroid transfers. I guess they better buy up the entire leftover stock on eBay, quick!