“Childhood is a human water, a water which comes out of the shadows. This childhood in the mists and glimmers, this life in the slowness of limbo gives us a certain layer of birth… "— Gaston Bachelard
"Childhood is not a thing which dies within us and dries up as soon as it has completed its cycle. It is not a memory. It is the most living of treasures, and it continues to enrich us without our knowing it.”--Franz Hellens
Within these scenes and reveries of childhood, i hope to zoom in through time and see clearly ourselves and surroundings from the long distance away, and to have a new knowledge of the past. In the remote countryside of north China, the scales of changing and destroying nature are relatively smaller, and it's easier to find the scriptural code between nature and human being. The outfits were from Momo Wang , and the model is my friend Even Zhao.