Just went to the local Art’s Museum to have a good look at Taiwanese Ju Ming’s sculptures.
I suppose those outside the cage may like to be married and bounded by the cage.
Though at the same time, some people inside would like to get out of it.
In any case, it is up to you to choose whether you want to be in the cage or not.
The door lock (not clearly shown in my picture) is inside the cage, so for those who want to go out, they can do so at their own discretion.
PS The figures are carved in foam.
The Word this week from Skinnywench is “Silhouette”.
As someone who likes landscape, I was thinking of submitting some silhouettes on landscape.
We were having our Alfresco lunch in Heritage 1881 in Tsimshatsui, Hong Kong. While we were enjoying our lunch, we noted that a bride and bridegroom were taking their wedding pictures at the far end of the development.
We noted that they were having a happy time, relaxed and full of joy.
The photographers were busily photographing them while they were poising.
Even from a distance, we could feel their joyous atmosphere.
We know that we are going through the time of our lives. On this very day, we know that these people were having some of their best time of their lives.