Finally, I agreed to shoot the portraiture for Evian & Pinpin (her dog). She had already asked me about that for a few months, but due to my tight schedule at that time, i had to hold it off for so long (felt so guitly about this). Until one day, Evian told me that:’oh, we’ve waited till Pinpin became an old dog already.’ Another wave of guiltiness surged in, and I quickly ‘whatsapped’ her and scheduled the time and place of her shoot. Luckily, I had made her wish come true. To tell the truth, this is my fisrt time shooting a pet portraiture. I always think that shooting for a pet will be a difficult task, but Pinpin has changed my mind! And it’s really a lovely darling. Evian is such a lucky owner and as well as Pinpin, a lucky pet. Both of them are just so meant to be together. I think, the affection they show for each other can only be shared and understood by themselves. Though as an outsider, I’m somehow impressed by how they are able to work tacitly together, being an owner and a pet. As a dog owner myself, seeing the interaction between Evian and Pinpin makes me feel guilty again. Because I’ve never been so caring towards my own dog. Ah, I wanna go home now and do something to make up for my lack of care towards Tamie (my own dog)!