Hey Tumblr followers! So I’m moving in with my lovely fiance Jeff in a week, and am in need of some major purging. I have boxes upon boxes of old test prints and I’m going to give away a nice little packet of some to 10 lucky readers! All you have to do is REBLOG this post to be entered. Lucky winners will be notified on July 30th! So tell your friends! Nice cheap (free) way of getting some old prints from me! Winners will be chosen at random.
Terraces by Ngo Tin
I am a portrait and landscape photographer in New York City. I love to take photos of people within landscapes. I have just recently started a tumblr blog to show my work and will be posting a new photo each day.
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When I woke up this morning, I looked out my window to see the the street covered in fog. So before even my morning coffee, I headed out to get a few shots before the weather cleared up.
Branches against a winter sky. Socrates Sculpture Park. Astoria, Queens. New York City.
Stuck somewhere between the heart and lips pushed down by the echoes of memory echoes loss: the mirror reflection of connection.
We spend our lives shedding pieces of ourselves: molted hopes and dreams that slough off into the thoughts of everyone we meet like stardust falling to the Earth from distant stars.
These are the pieces we hold on to: the pieces that are part of us that can never be put back into the same place again after they dissolve into nothing.
I was struck with an intense sadness upon looking up at this tangle of branches against the bone-grey winter sky on a particularly bleak winter day a few months ago but as I gazed at it (even now really), it filled me with a sense of hope as if I was witnessing life connecting in a grand way.
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