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This group of photographs expresses what the author thinks and feels lately. As the old saying goes, one shall be free from perplexities at the age of forty. However, over forty as he is, the author is yet to feel relieved and at ease with the current situation of himself and the society. For instance, life has passed more than half, and time is pressing and inreversible. In the multifarious metropolis, there is no temporary shelter of peace and tranquility. The hectic and bustling life is driving everything into fickleness, and we are losing our breath but cannot hide from the burdens from career, life, elderly and kids….
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He Saiyu: Doubts at Doubts-Free Age
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These magnificent views of Shanghai from above were taken by drone by German design director Mark Siegemund, who presents the juxtaposition of tradition and modernity of this dynamic city in a series of breathtaking images. A river divides the old center from the new, and we are treated to views of the ancient winding streets, mid-level housing, temples and dizzying bridges of Puxi, as well as the soaring high-rise buildings and towers of the Pudong business district. Whether shot at night or bathed in morning light, Siegemund’s photography captures the energy and vibrancy of his adopted city.
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John Kosmopoulos is a multiple award-winning photorapher based in Toronto who embodies an “eclectic aesthetic fine art” (EAFA) philosophy of photography. He specializes in black and white, infrared and “muted color metallics” photography.
Sydney based photographer, David Sark is a connoisseur of documenting unplanned moments. Most recently noted for his night shots of street life in Tokyo, David’s work is both enticing and illuminating. David has exhibited at the Berlin Photo Biennale and Head On Photo Festival. David says about his work, “The thing that interests me the most about photography is capturing that one unplanned, fleeting moment that only I have witnessed in that instant.”