April 17, 2024

can camp, have a picnic, bring a tablecloth , buy some snacks

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can camp, have a picnic, bring a tablecloth , buy some snacks

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The lawn on the hillside is very soft, you can camp, have a picnic, bring a tablecloth, buy some snacks and fruit, and enjoy the flowers, eat delicious food and bask in the sun. If you are interested, you can rent a small flower field in it and grow it yourself.

After May Day this year, the editor found that the “Liu Jianhong girls” in the circle of friends have posted exquisite picnic camping photos, a piece of grass, a tent, covered with tablecloths, delicacies, and appointments with relatives and friends. This may be the current “poem and distance.”

can camp, have a picnic, bring a tablecloth , buy some snacks

This picnic scene of people sitting along the stream, passing wine glasses by the current and writing poems and drinking has been around for thousands of years. The reason why picnics are popular is never because of tablecloths or props, but because of the comfort of good food and nature, playing games with friends and chatting with each other.

An endless stream of picnic photo strategies can be found on almost every website. The color of the tablecloth, the location of the picnic basket, the choice of food, the seats of different scenes, the collocation of clothing colors, and then the parameters of the camera and the cold and warm of the filter are in great detail.

When the Bahar picnic blanket is transformed into a “tablecloth”, it brings not only style, but also unexpected tenderness and elegance, depicted as a silhouette of leisure in a slow time.

“the Last Night of the Earth” (2018) is called the sequel to “roadside picnic”. The film follows the previous 3D dream long shot and has numerous and complicated clues and images, and the story is still set in the dreamy and damp Kaili of southeastern Guizhou. Bi Gan used his film aesthetic concept to transform this place and land into a spiritual and cultural place pursued by human nature, and made the landmark Kaili both illusory and real. In the dazzling long lens, Kaili culture flashes the obvious brand of the second and third-tier towns in the west: old refrigerators, tablecloths, televisions, small electric tricycles, dilapidated video halls in the ruins, shabby billiard rooms, and open-air karaoke. These images reproduce the unique local culture in the county town, nostalgic but with traces of foreign cultural influence.