It's been a long time since there's been a new film, even though I often go out to shoot occasionally. However, the summer climate is really frustrating. During this month, there was almost no trace of the morning glow, and the frequency of the evening glow was also very rare. Many times, even though the sky is covered with high clouds, at sunset, these clouds quietly dissipate without a trace. Either it's the dense clouds all over the sky, or perhaps it's because the rainy season has already arrived. The sky will always rain at sunset, and then it's difficult to find the shadow of the sun anymore

It was precisely under such circumstances that I finally had the privilege of hoping for an extremely beautiful Tindar light. That day, I arrived at a wilderness, and upon entering my eyes was an endless expanse of weeds. From afar, in the sky where the weeds had spread, stood a Buddha statue, which was the Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva established by the locals. The bodhisattva's robe dances vigorously in the wind, giving off a sense of boldness like riding the wind and waves.

At this moment, the dark clouds in the sky suddenly revealed gaps, and countless beams of light poured down, instantly making the whole world colorful. That beam of light, like a magical paintbrush of nature, freely sways between heaven and earth, outlining a dreamlike and illusory scene. Under the reflection of the Tindar light, the wild grass sways like a spirit endowed with life, shimmering with light. The Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva, shrouded in light, appears even more solemn, sacred, and inviolable. I stared blankly at everything in front of me, feeling endless emotions and shock in my heart.

I couldn't wait to pick up the camera and freeze this stunning moment time and time again. I am changing angles and adjusting various parameters, trying to capture the beauty of every detail with the lens. With each press of the shutter, I seem to be engaged in a soulful conversation with this magical world. Everything around became exceptionally peaceful, with only the Tindar light constantly beating, telling the mysteries and powers of nature.

As the light gradually changed, the brilliant colors began to fade away, and the world returned to its former tranquility. I stand quietly in this wilderness with a heart full of joy and emotion, looking forward to the next unexpected encounter with such a wonderful scene

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