Simple photographs can be a very powerful tools to unite peoples

When I was on a photo hunting @ China Town area - Singapore, luckily I saw this uncle lay down there, soon I grab my gear and get this shot
Another miniature effect collections of mine. It's the roof-top pool which was also taken from Orchard Central - Singapore
This was taken during the sunrise time @ Merlion Place. I always love this picture as it really shows the beauty of Singapore

Someone said a good portrait is 99% expression, and I 100% agree with it. As what I experienced when documented Simon and Jasmine ROM. Beside the extraordinary venue, breathtaking view, and cloudy wonderful weather, the expressions of the peoples on board were really gorgeous. For me and maybe for some, it could be our very first experience cruised on yacht and celebrated a special moment on the sea, and I believe we were all having so much fun that day.

But what made that day so important was it marked the day when both were commit each other to bring their relationship into a new life, a marriage life. The life when it's not solely about survival, it's about living our daily life to its fullest. One life ends, another begin. Frustration and disappointment could surface, but conflict is an optional. When one person is not enough, always remember the power of "we". Sacrifice oneself not for the spouse, but for the sake of the unity of our relationship. Those are some essences of marriage that we should have always learned.

Nevertheless, the couple's never-ending smiles gave more color to the day and somehow it took me a seamless effort to capture them on the frame, as their expressions were always natural. It's always my personal enjoyment watching people in love and see how they interact with each other, how sweet and playful they are. Without further a do, here, I proudly present the story of our next love birds, Simon and Jasmine.

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