Posted by Ziren (Singapore, Singapore) on 15 June 2011 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

It is interesting that after every swash some particles are left behind and the cascading layers of these particles make up this really abstract image. This was shot under the midday sun at the spit at Changi Point, Singapore, during low tide.

I am Ziren Wang, a student from Raffles Institution, Singapore. I picked up a camera in January 2009 in my school's photographic society, and I have never looked back. Years later, I have explored various different forms of photography, from event coverage, to fashion, to documentary, to photography using DIY lenses, and most recently, to film.

I must thank my seniors who have been so instrumental in developing in me a passion for this art. It has been said that there are two kinds of teachers: one gives the man the fish; the other teaches the man to fish. I believe my seniors are of a third kind: they have made me want to fish. They have imparted me with important technical skills, but they have also inspired me to continue photographing for six years.

"To take a photograph is to participate in another person's mortality, vulnerability, mutability. Precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time's relentless melt." -Susan Sontag

KimHe from Singapore, Singapore

wow i love this! Looks like abstract art haha :P

24 Jun 2011 1:41pm