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Orange

Registered: November 2009
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July 22, 2011 8:48am

These white swans are beautifully captured. Love all the reflections of swans. Each swan's body, together with its reflection on the water looks like a tulip. Amazing! Every swan's neck and its reflection forms an unique design of its own. Clever angle with artistic eye.


From the reflections and the swans, we have five tulips with various sizes and five creative graphic designs formed from the swan's necks and the reflections.


This pic. with five swans captured is very auspicious. Chinese believe 'Ngg Fok Lum Moon' - Ngg(5) Fok(Good Fortune) Lum(Reach) Moon(Door or home). This artistic winning piece is excellent to be placed in the living hall. Well done!
Orange

Registered: November 2009
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July 22, 2011 9:14am

Swans are made for life. Whenever two swans have formed a partnership, they stay together for the rest of their lives. It's very rare for one swan to abandon the other to search for a new partner. That's why Chinese place a pair of porcelain swans or a drawing of 2 swans in wedding chamber for auspicious reason - "Siong Siong Tui Tui"!



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