Had such a great time making this one! Comment your favorite room in this video. Also how bad is my dancing haha 😂
🎥: @mannyfigs01 💃: @laurajquinn
Pictures are more than just beauty and aesthetics. In every picture, a photographer hides a story beneath and that story entangled with the beautiful hues stirs emotions.
From the 90th floor of Taipei 101, one of the world's tallest buildings at one point of time, the world seemed like a small miniature with toy cars and scribbled roads beneath.
The clouds formed a soft bed and the sun setting, split into a thousand beautiful hues piercing into the sky.
A pictures speaks to its viewers when it has a story to tell. I was in search of that story when my eye caught someone looking dreamily at the distant sun through the glass.
Before I could think of something else, the need to capture the moment jolted me into picking up the camera and freezing the time. I clicked a picture, the shutter made a soft sound and as I kept continuing, I saw her turn back, through my lens and look at me.
That's when I realised I had forgotten to ask for her permission to click the picture. With the artistic inspiration disappearing in a spur , I stood unsure of what to do and to fill in the milliseconds, I quickly walked to her and showed her the pictures.
She looked at them and she smiled. That's when I knew I had done it right. We exchanged greetings and she asked me to send her the picture once I edit it. Like another crossing of routes with people on journeys, I came back with an added memory to look back upon.
I hope you guys like it as much as she did.
Ps: Any guesses, why this building is called as Taipei 101?