THE BLACK AND WHITE WEDGESeptember 15, 2011
I suppose if a stranger will take a photo of you at any random place, you would probably; 1. Stare at the photographer coldly, fiercely; 2. Grabbed the Photographer’s camera and snatched the rolled film, ‘este’ the SD card; or 3. Pose like Marilyn Monroe terrorizing the photographer instead. But neither of these happened when I had these photos taken.
Would you believe while the priest inside the chapel has been religiously telling the faithfuls to nurture their faith and all that stuff, someone – not so faithful, sort of – has been stealing shots of this woman in black and white wedge. Forgive my blogging mind dear heavens but I’m just a woman victim of circumstance… lol.
I so love my camera, you know NikonD5100 has this ‘flippable’, rotating screen feature, on this act it served it’s master perfectly good.. hahaha!
Love her wedge, it exudes illusion of high-squared heels with the prominent white appliqué … but I tell yah girls - why we punish ourselves putting on pretty-looky-shoesy – punish eh, because as the mass ended I followed her foot out … I can feel her stand’s unstableness – danger is looming on one false step.
They say, beauty is also to pain. I rest my case.
PS, don’t ask anymore how the man looks… I think it’s socially accepted since the guy drive in shiny, ebony Chevy. LOL.
Posted by verna luga
She earned her Masters in Applied Social Research at Ateneo de Davao University. She's a hard-core pluralist, an eternal optimist, a 40ish realist and a frustrated florist. She’s a mother, a teacher, a dreamer and who knows one day a potter.
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