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Farming at Sea

Tugo Cheng

In Coastal Geometries, architect and photographer Tugo Cheng conjures minimalist compositions from the fishing nets and bamboo poles on the coast of Fujian. It is a world that’s vanishing since this vital culture is threatened by rapid development


Cheng says his love for photography started when he bought a camera while studying architecture in London. I won an exchange trip to China and it was a real eye-opener. Before my exchange I had no idea about the country — I don’t even speak Putonghua [the official spoken language of China].


Via The Guardian, Bamboo worlds: the beauty of Chinese aquaculture — in pictures

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