I’ll admit - I could’ve been more subtle as I snapped this guy on my way into the coffee shop. He *may* have noticed me taking his photograph. Several people have sent me the articles about the woman who’s all set to get married to a ghost, but I’ve been fascinated by Miku - a hologram who recently got married to a man my age. Around 40 guests attended their $17,600 wedding ceremony, and she was present in the form of a “cat-sized soft doll”. And she’s not alone in her wedded bliss: the company which produces the hologram devices have previously issued more than 3,700 “marriage certificates” certifying that a human and a virtual character have wed “beyond dimensions”. Miku’s husband has been monogamously in love with her for over a decade. I’m not sure how this relates to my lack of subtlety. Other than the fact that it’s on a par with the subtlety of Miku’s mother in law, who did not attend the ceremony, as she felt the wedding “wasn’t something to celebrate” 🤷🏻♀️
People mention that my photos sometimes depict a sense of loneliness. I found it interesting because I never consciously noticed. It just happens to be a byproduct of what I'm focusing on. Adding more people usually increases the difficulty of a composition, and other times it is what makes the photo.
What do you think?