Love at Sunset


“I can’t believe you would say such a cheesy line,” she said, folding her arms across her chest and turning away. The boy’s mouth hung open, and he grasped at her hand.

“I thought you would like something like this,” he said.

“I do,” she replied, turning back to him with a look of disdain. “But not if you’re going to tack on some cheesy line that sounds like it came from a book titled ‘How to pick up chicks’.”

“‘You’re more radiant than the setting sun’? That’s cheesy?” He rubbed his thumbs along the back of her hands. “I thought it was cute.” He looked down at his feet and sighed. The girl, feeling slightly guilty for his pitiful appearance, leaned towards him, her nose brushing against his.

“It was cute,” she muttered. “But just this time. Next time you have to make up your own pick-up lines.”

He smiled and lifted his head, gently placing his lips against her forehead. She responded by lifting her own lips up to meet his.



For the Love at First Shot assignment, we were given the additional task of altering the photo in some way. Considering the attached help to the given assignment was a tutorial for making a gif in GIMP, I decided to make a gif.

I just did a simple 3-frame one. Took the photo, rearranged the heads, and put them back into their original positions in the next two frames. Altered the frame length so that it would be a little varied, and then exported as usual.

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