Everything appears to be the same, until we change,
then things start to become different through our eyes.
Autumn colors this year have reminded me of this concept,
by noticing mundane things in a totally different way.
Nature has always been born in the same colors ever since earth was created,
but this time I see it differently: nature has revived.
The red of the maples becomes lively and relatable;
the starlight surprisingly becomes reachable at heart, especially with the cold crispy air.
Sometimes, you just need a little switch in the mindset.
Everything could be new or unique, as long as you change a perspective.
I created this in “Harmony” with nature listening to Moon River piano version by Damian Syslo,
shot on film and placed side by side without manipulation.
These are just 2 individual photographs, shot on 2 different days and 2 different locations - aligned.
Now, let's talk about coincidence!
Photography is not about capturing the beautiful things in front of you,
it's about what you choose to capture and make it beautiful.
We are what we see, what we choose, what we associate with.
Let life surprise you…
The dandelion reminds us that life is delicate, impermanent, and you never know where the wind will take you.
Nevertheless, we can dream, take adventures, and enjoy the precious moments in life even when it’s rough and unpredictable.
What are your most unforgettable moments?
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Krystal Lin graduated from New York University with a Photography and Imaging Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in 2009. With a keen eye for colors and mixed media collages, she established a unique vision that simplifies complicated things. Her inspirations are collected from her travels, the ocean, yoga, and meditation.
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LIFE IS MUCH MORE THANWHAT WE SEE IN FRONT OF US.
It is a composition of multiple images that apart they may mean nothing; yet together, they can convey a much deeper meaning.