Is it possible that Taiwan does not have a garden like a big country to do well or it may not have such a cultural preference, or may the civilization itself have not developed to such a leisurely attitude? Naturally, I did not pay special attention to artificial plant scenes in the past, but the gardens can be said to be a major feature of British life. It was a pity that I didn’t enjoy enjoying the time of study in the UK. After passing through the gardens, I’m really beautiful. I always stop at me, so I also visited the Kew Garden in my garden. I may personally prefer the natural scenery. It is surprising that all kinds of exotic Taiwan cannot be seen. The man-made garden design in the inner walk feels better (people in the garden who walked and interacted make me catch the eye). Only the first time I got into that big greenhouse (it should be said that even the greenhouse is For the first time, all sorts of long-necked or leafy tropical plants are full of vitality. Looking up and looking at me, I'm a little short and it looks like a fantasy forest bag. Covered, and then protected by a glass curtain, I let the sturdy, earth-worn girls stunned as heavenly people and couldn't help but scratch the camera with a camera and wipe out several images (although the crappy photography technique was still difficult Describe your true feelings at the moment.) The first moments of the stories and words that came to mind: This is a secret garden! (Although the magical feeling is only for a moment, immediately it is like a tourist who was walked into the aisle by the breaking of the fourth wall to break it, stating that he is also a tourist!), letting go of the camera that often mists in the greenhouse, Take notes and write down the inspiration. Return to the dorm and turn on the computer to start painting. Imagine a secret story in the garden...
Selected four photographs captured in Kew Garden, four pictures constructed with simple lines as a series of continuous narratives, and a set of pictures containing a story.
Two other groups
It's only a paper moon. - It prints the moon with paper. There is a word game. There are months on paper, so it's only a paper moon.
Into the Woods. - In the environmental language of the story, the qualities of the forest are like churches in nature. The towering trees are like ancient wise men and show us that everything will disappear. The forest is a place for meditation people to visit, and it is also a special hiding place for lovers in the love story. It is also where people get lost. Many fairy tales are based on the forest as background.
Author: Pino Lobi
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8 sheets / 1 set
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Photography / hand-painted / E-painting
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Copper Sika 300P
14.8 x 10.42 cm
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