Sylvia after she contacted me about her wedding. I was curious to meet someone of Hungarian and Chinese descent, as my son also is of similar parentage. I think I may have stared a little too long at the coffee shop than polite but she was very sweet about it. Jack and Sylvia made perfect sense. Jack is somewhat of a genius in my opinion. I enjoyed meeting them and photographing them immensely. Sometimes things are easy and the moments come without any effort. Then you know you are in good company.
I found a Hungarian poem I wanted to share with them:
A gyepet nezem,
talan a gyepet.
Mozdul a fu. Szel vagy zapor talan,
vagy egszeruen az hogy letezel,
mozditja meg itt es most a vilagot.
I look at the lawn,
maybe the lawn.
Grass is moving. Or wind or drizzle maybe,
or merely just your existence
moves the world here and now .
Pilinski Janos, Itt es most. (Here and Now)