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artemisdreaming:



Hill Hike in Mist of Dawn w/detail, 2012, Nature: digital
Fuquan Junze  (via: oilmonkey.com)
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Description via oilmonkey.com: “Chinese painting has a particular principle of aesthetics. It not only embraces my purity as a child but impacts my perception as a grown-up.
This work exercises the regularly applied structures of Chinese painting: tone, empty-spacing, and layering, designed to create the unrestricted mental state and a sense of balance as Chinese painting advocates.
"Hill Hike in Mist of Dawn" combines the conventional format with computer technology to present the scene of sunrise in late fall - the gathering of drops of water vapor into vast sea of mist, with houses shrouded in it."

artemisdreaming:

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Hill Hike in Mist of Dawn w/detail, 2012, Nature: digital

Fuquan Junze  (via: oilmonkey.com)

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Description via oilmonkey.com: “Chinese painting has a particular principle of aesthetics. It not only embraces my purity as a child but impacts my perception as a grown-up.

This work exercises the regularly applied structures of Chinese painting: tone, empty-spacing, and layering, designed to create the unrestricted mental state and a sense of balance as Chinese painting advocates.

"Hill Hike in Mist of Dawn" combines the conventional format with computer technology to present the scene of sunrise in late fall - the gathering of drops of water vapor into vast sea of mist, with houses shrouded in it."

kushandwizdom
kushandwizdom:

Chemo 2/6: My mum is having her second session of chemo today. The first session went ok, except for the first few days. Constant sickness and overnight hospital visits. Today she took a stronger dose of anti sickness so fingers crossed she’ll feel better during the first week. Last week her hair started to get thin, so I invited my family over and we shaved her hair at home. Then ended that night with good vibes (roti, sorrel, music and laughter, We’re trini lol). Today she experienced some hair loss. Tbh since she was diagnosed nothing much has changed, we still laugh and fool around and refuse to let cancer get the best of us. Fuck cancer. All the old ladies at church constantly cook for us and her friends call her on a daily basis. The NHS nurses and doctors and the MacMillan team have been exceptional. Looking forward to November when her treatment comes to an end. Thank you all for your kind messages, I am replying to as many as possible. If you’re going through cancer and want to talk or ask any questions, feel free to message me. X

kushandwizdom:

Chemo 2/6: My mum is having her second session of chemo today. The first session went ok, except for the first few days. Constant sickness and overnight hospital visits. Today she took a stronger dose of anti sickness so fingers crossed she’ll feel better during the first week. Last week her hair started to get thin, so I invited my family over and we shaved her hair at home. Then ended that night with good vibes (roti, sorrel, music and laughter, We’re trini lol). Today she experienced some hair loss. Tbh since she was diagnosed nothing much has changed, we still laugh and fool around and refuse to let cancer get the best of us. Fuck cancer. All the old ladies at church constantly cook for us and her friends call her on a daily basis. The NHS nurses and doctors and the MacMillan team have been exceptional. Looking forward to November when her treatment comes to an end. Thank you all for your kind messages, I am replying to as many as possible. If you’re going through cancer and want to talk or ask any questions, feel free to message me. X