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Beautiful Nature Photography by Jenn Wong

Edited By: Krista Mc'Farlene
 In the words of Susan Sontag: "Photography is an eclectic art, a twilight art. Most subjects photographed are, just by virtue being photographed, touched with pathos. An ugly or grotesque subject may be moving because it has been dignified by the attention of the photographer. A beautiful subject can be the object of rueful feelings because it has aged or decayed or no longer exists. All photographs are 'memento mori'. To take a photograph is to participate in another person's (or thing's) mortality, vulnerability, mutability. Precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time's relentless melt."
 
These words, taken from her book called 'On Photography', photographer Jenn Wong is inspired by Susan's words. For Wong, photography is a way to slice out the moment and freeze it. She used photography as a means to self-heal and discovered that getting closer to nature helper her a lot. Wong is a fine art photographer from Malaysia. Take a look at her fascinating work: 
 
1. Resolutions
Jenn Wong
2. Enlightenment
Jenn Wong
3. Dawn in Angkor
Jenn Wong
4. The Perfect Day
Jenn Wong
5. Thousand Wishes
Jenn Wong
6. Comforting Sound
Jenn Wong
7. Fishing the Sunset
Jenn Wong
8. Clouds
Jenn Wong
9. Moon River
Jenn Wong
10. Phoenix Mountain in Lantau Island
Jenn Wong
11. South Horizons in Hong Kong 
Jenn Wong
12. Seascape of Tai O, Hong Kong
Jenn Wong
13. Comforting Light
Jenn Wong
14. Seaclouds
Jenn Wong
15. The Second Day
Jenn Wong
16. Shing Boathouse
Jenn Wong
17. Breaking from Winter Mood
Jenn Wong
18. Life in Oasis
Jenn Wong
19. Dreamway
Jenn Wong
20. Believe in Extraordinary
Jenn Wong
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