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this was voyeuristically shot from the last row of a bus, which i often can be found. of course, this elderly malay couple were not engaged in anything inappropriate. what caught my eye was how the postures of their bodies seemed to mirror each other’s. it is said that when people have been together for a long time, they start to talk like each other, to act like each other. in a sense, they unknowingly become mimics.

so much for the photo of the day. in other developments, i went for an interview with the owner of a wedding photography business today. apparently, they are in the process of restructuring and expanding so they are looking for ‘young blood’ to help with the ever-burgeoning number of assignments. he seemed to like my work. or at least i hope he does.

to view the rest of the pictures from ‘a photo somedays’, click here.


2 responses

  1. no la. not only if they have been together for a long time. It’s also when people are intersted in what the other party is saying or something like that that the body will mirror the other person’s. ohyeah. i wanted to say.

    the blog layout is so weird.

    Thursday May 1, 2008 at 2:47 am

  2. yeah. its about building rapport too.

    the other layouts are worse.

    Thursday May 1, 2008 at 11:32 am

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