Architecture & Dance III - Part 1 - Gary Ng Photography
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Architecture & Dance III – Part 1

Architecture: the word itself rings of incredible man-made marvels, high rise structures, extending through the clouds,. Essentially architecture creates shelter, protection and warmth for its occupant which stands the test of time. Architecture are made by humans for humans. Sometimes though, architectural works are abandoned by the people it was intended to serve, most of the time due to unforeseen circumstances. In the end, these once thriving architectural marvels only awaits the reclamation of mother nature. Enter Architecture & Dance III, the synthesis of dance and dilapidated architecture. This series brings meaning to the existence of abandoned architecture.

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I would like to take this opportunity to thank the two amazing ballerinas, Lim Shin Hui & Joelle Jacinto for their time and effort in creating such stunning photographs with me. These are only half of the photos which I would be sharing with you all, you have gotta hold on to your sea horses for Part 2. Stay tuned!

  • roblowephoto
    Posted at 21:13h, 17 August Reply

    Amazing use of the light, Gary. Love this. R.

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 21:15h, 17 August Reply

      Thanks R. Light in these dilapidated structures are incredible!

      • roblowephoto
        Posted at 21:17h, 17 August Reply

        I have to agree. And the dancer adds a wonderful element of beauty to the scene. Superb.

  • Christine Schindler
    Posted at 21:13h, 17 August Reply

    Wow, these photos are fantastic! Nice work!

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 21:16h, 17 August Reply

      Thank you Christine! Stay tuned for part 2 🙂

  • lensandpensbysally
    Posted at 01:04h, 18 August Reply

    Creative, imaginative and stunning captures.

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 19:23h, 18 August Reply

      Thank you very much!

  • Eduardo F. Muñoz
    Posted at 05:34h, 18 August Reply

    I like the contrast between her appearance of fragility and the strength of the cement. She looks like a drop of hope lighting among such abandonment. All the pics are beautiful but my favorite is #5. Regards.

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 19:28h, 18 August Reply

      Thanks Eduardo. I actually have too many favourites in this series, #5 is one of them.

  • marceliot
    Posted at 03:46h, 28 August Reply

    Reblogged this on Photography thru my lenses and commented:
    Such great ideas, I have to reblog this one !

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 21:56h, 31 August Reply

      Thanks for the reblog!

  • Architecture & Dance III – Part 2 | Gary Ng © Photography
    Posted at 20:30h, 03 September Reply

    […] back to part 2 of the synthesis of dance and dilapidated architecture. You can click here to view part 1 photos of this […]

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