Asian Ancestry

Chinese Old Man and Little Boy Marble Bric-A-Brac

Chinese Old Man and Little Boy Marble Bric-A-Brac

I was rummaging through my old photos and found this – a photo of a bric-a-brac that serves as a memorabilia of my ancestors. A few months back, I was looking for a subject to shoot at and stumbled upon Mom’s collection.

She loves collecting antiques. Being the inquisitive me, I find pleasure adoring the marvelous carvings of every sculpture.

If there’s another hobby that I would like to learn, it would be sculpting. Isn’t it amazing how sculptors can create a miniature, 3-dimensional replica of a particular figure that is very well-proportioned?

Yes, they say it is all about proportion and an eye for the aesthetics. These are the creations made possible by them whom we call,  “the artists.”

This is a masterpiece that is quite hard to achieve but interesting to learn. Indeed, having this skill is a gift. ☺

For more photography ideas, you can read through this article: Beauty Captured Through A Lens: My Photo Collection

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3 thoughts on “Asian Ancestry

  1. Exquisite post.Art in general soothes the soul and takes the artist to a special world .l play music.Regards.jalal ;’;l

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