Byron Huang

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I chose to photograph this scene near my home, an area that I have travelled many times. That place is where I biked and ran in the past years I’ve spent living here. Seeing such a nice forested area coming right out of a bare open neighbourhood is quite refreshing. … Continue reading

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Ethan Liu

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The Tree’s Story: Ancient trees stand upon the lands that were once pristine. Perhaps it was a forest? Or maybe even a lake? The trees witnessed human innovation: infrastructures built; concrete paths laid out; artificial grass replacing real grass marked by clear boundaries, such as the fence of the soccer … Continue reading

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Samantha Lu

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This photosphere was taken by Dyke Road, Richmond BC that is overlooking the Fraser River. This particular beach holds a special place in my heart as I used to come here all the time with my mother while my siblings were taking music lessons at a nearby music school I … Continue reading

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Rachel Marliss

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The location I chose to represent the connection between the man-made and the natural world was the Japanese garden in Garry Point Park Richmond, B.C. I have grown up in Steveston and have been to this park with friends, family, and now to grow my artistic skills in the way … Continue reading

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Nicole Villalon

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Minoru Track, Richmond Beneath the grassy shade of a statue, I wait. Cleats half-tied, empty water bottle in hand, warm sweat trickling down my forehead, what little shade the statue provides feels blissful, even luxurious. Two hours of soccer drills in the ever-beating sun may be fun, but take their … Continue reading

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Gabby Yan

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This is a place where man-made structures and nature coexist to produce a tranquil environment, free from disturbance. The wooden dock provides a raised platform, assisting one to get a better view of the vast landscape before them. This picture embraces the idea of man-made and natural elements working in … Continue reading

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Emily Yuan

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This location is filled with elephant paths, some more well-worn than others. Nonetheless, they bear the traces of humans. Our individual steps seem to have little effect but as a group we can carve a path to wherever we please.   Click on images below to enlarge.  

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Julienne Zhao

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I chose to capture this scenery for my project because it has both natural and human elements and I wanted to show how they work well together. This place has significant meaning to me because it’s the backyard that I have been growing up with. My dad has always loved … Continue reading

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Shirley Zhang

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Through photography, my artwork explores humanities’ relationship to nature. Do we shape the environment, or does it in turn shape us instead? Is there a “correct” method to interact with the natural world? Intending to provoke such thought, enjoy!   Click on images below to enlarge.  

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