Mysterious poetess Qiong Hong has a short poem, "Sweet Revenge", which is most often used by me after the photos I gave to my friends: "Add some salt to your shadow, pickle it, dry it, and drink it when you're old. ” This poem aptly describes the function and importance of photographs. For many years, the cover of my self-made New Year's card featured an old man sitting in a rocking chair with his feet soaked in a basin with the words dream written on it, with the inscription: "I put last night's sweet dreams in the refrigerator, a long, long time later. , when my teeth are turning white, I will thaw this frozen dream, thaw and heat it, and then sit down and soak up the old bones!"
Photos are indeed the best way to show the traces of the years. Each photo is our life. Those people we meet, the heartbeat moment, seems to be revived. This kind of retrospect is important in confirming the unique meaning of each person's life. . Writer Wang Dingjun once said a legend, it is said that when a person dies, his soul will pick up all the Shadow Making footprints left in his lifetime.
Therefore, every soul must walk the road of life again, on the streets, on the bridges, in the car, in the boat, and the footprints will never die. Even if the bridge has collapsed, the ship has sunk, and the road has been renovated, once the soul comes back, his footprints will float up one by one, waiting for him to pick up. More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels