environments form imagination part 4

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One of my favorite Asset International pieces in recent memory.  Slightly-belated-thanks, SooJin!

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Blue Mountains 
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neunzehn73 | “Rheinauhafen” in Cologne, Germany (2014)

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Gao Rongguo - Identical Twins

"Growing up in Shandong Province, Rongguo went to many different schools and in that time knew three sets of identical twins.

For this project, he returned to Shandong Province to find his subjects and chose to photograph them so they appear to gaze at their own nonidentical reflection.

He chose subjects in their fifties because, he explains, the fifties are often called the years to know one’s fate.

With this project, Rongguo calls into question the idea of astrology, that two people born at exactly the same time, with identical DNA, end up with completely different personalities, interests, and in fact have entirely different fates.

While it is apparent that the subjects are identical twins, the sometimes minuscule, sometimes more obvious, differences between them create a poignant document of humanity and individual human determination.”

"Simplicity is complexity resolved."

Constantin Brâncuși (1876-1957, Romanian)

Even though it’s a dream come true that I am losing myself in Japan, I really miss just cooping myself up in my room and getting lost in art. 


Torres Del Paine, Chile. By Gregory Boratyn


Andrea Mastrovito

The Island of Dr. Mastrovito II




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Yosemite National Park | Baris Parilda

"Don’t compare your Chapter 1 to someone else’s Chapter 20."

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