Focus my dear
It was a placid Shangrila-like mountain scene, just past sunset and dark was closing in pretty fast when I saw this couple turning to each other; their moment seemed so tender, so private yet so public, that I just instinctly framed them into my shot. I like their expression so much that it is fast becoming my favourite, even though it's out-of-focus. There was no second chance, because they left seconds after I captured their moment; a closer look showed a bee was hovering between them. Geoy.
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