Architecture & Dance V - Gary Ng Photography
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Architecture & Dance V

Welcome to the fifth instalment of the Architecture & Dance series. The Chinese New Year of the Monkey is around the corner and this is the best way that I know of to greet all readers here a very happy Chinese New Year! This time around, we have Wendy Lim, the ballerina from Deakin University but whom will soon be in Victoria College of Arts to further her studies. Below are photos of my interpretation of when the East meets West, enjoy!
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I hoped you have enjoyed this mash up between Ballet, the dance form of the West & the Chinese Temple, the architecture of the East in this series of Architecture & Dance. May the year of the Monkey bring abundance of wealth and health to all.

10 Comments
  • lspeng1951
    Posted at 21:06h, 28 January Reply

    Great photographs in this series. So well and beautifully captured.

  • lensandpensbysally
    Posted at 21:21h, 28 January Reply

    Marvelous captures with the use of two arts–dance and photography.

  • Rantasalot
    Posted at 22:35h, 28 January Reply

    Breath taking photos, so amazing.

  • Shantanu Chandra
    Posted at 11:53h, 29 January Reply

    They look fantastic Gary..
    The one where the light is falling on Wendy from the roof is my favourite.

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 15:57h, 29 January Reply

      Thanks Shantanu!

  • TianChad
    Posted at 23:49h, 29 January Reply

    Love the one she floating in the air the most. Header photo also really awesome bro 😉

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