The meaning of the word Pine is both pine pineapple pear and pain;
I like this word so much that many of my social media profiles use this word as my introduction.
This group of works uses pears and pain as the main carrier and content, so I think the word pine is more appropriate. I want to use sequential photography to describe an unfair love relationship. One party struggles to balance or maintain the relationship. The love expressed and paid is actually a funny parody. Each minute of the performance of the show sharply increases its own pain, while the other side is indifferent to the edge of this relationship cliff.
When we express love, who cares about pain and ridicule?
Recalling it, the rest is like a toothpick that stung you and landed on the table. No one knew who was left here a little bitter.