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This is 冯立 Feng Li @fenglee313 taking over the @lensculture account this week! I’m based in Chengdu, where I work and live. It’s now been over ten years since I started walking the streets of this city on a daily basis, continually nourishing my series “White Night.”

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CALL FOR ENTRIES: Emerging Talent Awards 2018! We're searching for the world's best emerging photographers. Awards include a New York City gallery exhibition, cash grants, worldwide exposure to our audience of 3+ million, inclusion in our third photo book, an online masterclass with Steve McCurry or Joel Meyerowitz, projection of your work at international festivals, and more! Link in profile. Photo © Xiang Geng

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This is 冯立 Feng Li @fenglee313 taking over the @lensculture account this week! I’m based in Chengdu, where I work and live. It’s now been over ten years since I started walking the streets of this city on a daily basis, continually nourishing my series “White Night.”

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This is 冯立 Feng Li @fenglee313 taking over the @lensculture account this week! I’m based in Chengdu, where I work and live. It’s now been over ten years since I started walking the streets of this city on a daily basis, continually nourishing my series “White Night.”

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Reflection of Biscayne Bay and Miami skyline in a glass railing. - This is @anasamoylova taking over the @lensculture account this week! I’m based in Miami, and my work uses tools and strategies related to digital media and commercial photography to examine notions of environmentalism, consumerism and the picturesque. In general, my work is in conversation with the tradition of landscape photography, while rethinking the consumable products it generates. - This image is from my series FloodZone, an expansive photographic project reflecting and responding to the problem of rising sea levels. It began in Miami, in 2016, when I moved to the area. Through long daily walks which are an essential part of my practice, I noticed how the seductive tropical palette and quality of light hides a darker truth: the growing dissonance between a booming real-estate market and the ocean’s encroachment on its shoreline. Living in Miami is bittersweet: it looks and feels like a paradise, but the only secure roots belong to mangrove trees. #photography #photooftheday #lensculture #takeover #miami #landscape #artphotography

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Painted roots on a building in Miami Beach. - This is @anasamoylova taking over the @lensculture account this week! I’m based in Miami, and my work uses tools and strategies related to digital media and commercial photography to examine notions of environmentalism, consumerism and the picturesque. In general, my work is in conversation with the tradition of landscape photography, while rethinking the consumable products it generates. - This image is from my series FloodZone, an expansive photographic project reflecting and responding to the problem of rising sea levels. It began in Miami, in 2016, when I moved to the area. Through long daily walks which are an essential part of my practice, I noticed how the seductive tropical palette and quality of light hides a darker truth: the growing dissonance between a booming real-estate market and the ocean’s encroachment on its shoreline. Living in Miami is bittersweet: it looks and feels like a paradise, but the only secure roots belong to mangrove trees. #photography #photooftheday #lensculture #takeover #miami #landscape #artphotography

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Gator in Jungle Island park before it closed for long restoration after Hurricane Irma. - This is @anasamoylova taking over the @lensculture account this week! I’m based in Miami, and my work uses tools and strategies related to digital media and commercial photography to examine notions of environmentalism, consumerism and the picturesque. In general, my work is in conversation with the tradition of landscape photography, while rethinking the consumable products it generates. - This image is from my series FloodZone, an expansive photographic project reflecting and responding to the problem of rising sea levels. It began in Miami, in 2016, when I moved to the area. Through long daily walks which are an essential part of my practice, I noticed how the seductive tropical palette and quality of light hides a darker truth: the growing dissonance between a booming real-estate market and the ocean’s encroachment on its shoreline. Living in Miami is bittersweet: it looks and feels like a paradise, but the only secure roots belong to mangrove trees. #photography #photooftheday #lensculture #takeover #miami #landscape #artphotography

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Port of Miami. - This is @anasamoylova taking over the @lensculture account this week! I’m based in Miami, and my work uses tools and strategies related to digital media and commercial photography to examine notions of environmentalism, consumerism and the picturesque. In general, my work is in conversation with the tradition of landscape photography, while rethinking the consumable products it generates. - This image is from my series FloodZone, an expansive photographic project reflecting and responding to the problem of rising sea levels. It began in Miami, in 2016, when I moved to the area. Through long daily walks which are an essential part of my practice, I noticed how the seductive tropical palette and quality of light hides a darker truth: the growing dissonance between a booming real-estate market and the ocean’s encroachment on its shoreline. Living in Miami is bittersweet: it looks and feels like a paradise, but the only secure roots belong to mangrove trees. - #photography #photooftheday #lensculture #takeover #miami #landscape #artphotography

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Construction site in Miami Beach. - This is @anasamoylova taking over the @lensculture account this week! I’m based in Miami, and my work uses tools and strategies related to digital media and commercial photography to examine notions of environmentalism, consumerism and the picturesque. In general, my work is in conversation with the tradition of landscape photography, while rethinking the consumable products it generates. - This image is from my series FloodZone, an expansive photographic project reflecting and responding to the problem of rising sea levels. It began in Miami, in 2016, when I moved to the area. Through long daily walks which are an essential part of my practice, I noticed how the seductive tropical palette and quality of light hides a darker truth: the growing dissonance between a booming real-estate market and the ocean’s encroachment on its shoreline. Living in Miami is bittersweet: it looks and feels like a paradise, but the only secure roots belong to mangrove trees. #photography #photooftheday #lensculture #takeover #miami #landscape #artphotography

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This is a garage of my apartment building in Miami Beach the day after Hurricane Irma hit the city. - This is @anasamoylova taking over the @lensculture account this week! I’m based in Miami, and my work uses tools and strategies related to digital media and commercial photography to examine notions of environmentalism, consumerism and the picturesque. In general, my work is in conversation with the tradition of landscape photography, while rethinking the consumable products it generates. - This image is from my series FloodZone, an expansive photographic project reflecting and responding to the problem of rising sea levels. It began in Miami, in 2016, when I moved to the area. Through long daily walks which are an essential part of my practice, I noticed how the seductive tropical palette and quality of light hides a darker truth: the growing dissonance between a booming real-estate market and the ocean’s encroachment on its shoreline. Living in Miami is bittersweet: it looks and feels like a paradise, but the only secure roots belong to mangrove trees. #photography #photooftheday #lensculture #takeover #miami #landscape #artphotography

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I took this image of my apartment building’s window on the day after Hurricane Irma hit Miami. After a few nerve-wracking days of waiting for the hurricane to make landfall it was finally over, yet the outside damage was yet to be assessed. - This is @anasamoylova taking over the @lensculture account this week! I’m based in Miami, and my work uses tools and strategies related to digital media and commercial photography to examine notions of environmentalism, consumerism and the picturesque. In general, my work is in conversation with the tradition of landscape photography, while rethinking the consumable products it generates. - This image is from my series FloodZone, an expansive photographic project reflecting and responding to the problem of rising sea levels. It began in Miami, in 2016, when I moved to the area. Through long daily walks which are an essential part of my practice, I noticed how the seductive tropical palette and quality of light hides a darker truth: the growing dissonance between a booming real-estate market and the ocean’s encroachment on its shoreline. Living in Miami is bittersweet: it looks and feels like a paradise, but the only secure roots belong to mangrove trees. - #photography #photooftheday #lensculture #takeover #miami #landscape #artphotography

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This is @anasamoylova taking over the @lensculture account this week! I’m based in Miami, and my work uses tools and strategies related to digital media and commercial photography to examine notions of environmentalism, consumerism and the picturesque. In general, my work is in conversation with the tradition of landscape photography, while rethinking the consumable products it generates. - This image is from my series FloodZone, an expansive photographic project reflecting and responding to the problem of rising sea levels. It began in Miami, in 2016, when I moved to the area. Through long daily walks which are an essential part of my practice, I noticed how the seductive tropical palette and quality of light hides a darker truth: the growing dissonance between a booming real-estate market and the ocean’s encroachment on its shoreline. Living in Miami is bittersweet: it looks and feels like a paradise, but the only secure roots belong to mangrove trees. After photographing in Miami for two years of my project is expanding into the American South as well as the East Coast. This cemetery is located right by the water’s edge on Bayou Barataria south of New Orleans. #photography #photooftheday #lensculture #takeover #NewOrleans #landscape #artphotography #AmericanSouth #cemetery

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