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Eileen Ko: Colors of Spring

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Photography and Artist Statement by Eileen Ko, Copyright 2018

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Colors of Spring

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I experience great joy when the cold winter ends and spring arrives. I also experience great joy when I see the bare trees finally become decorated with bright-colored flowers. I like it when spring comes around and my surroundings in nature become full of life. The faint and soft sound of the warm breeze, the shining rays of sunlight, and the pure clean smell of nature. The world that seemed so dull and cold has come alive once again. If you haven’t already noticed, spring is my favorite time of the year.

So, what do I want to say through my photography?

I want to celebrate the whole world coming alive after winter in which it seemed that everything was dead. I want to find beauty in the variety of colors and shapes that I find in flowers and plants. I want to capture new life and the scent of greenery. I want to treasure the renewal of excitement and zest for life.

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Portrait of Eileen Ko by Grant Wei, Copyright 2018

Portrait of Eileen Ko by Grant Wei, Copyright 2018

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About The Author: Eileen Ko is a Nursing student in her junior year at the University of Pennsylvania, Class of 2019. To access additional articles by Eileen Ko, click herehttp://tonywardstudio.com/blog/eileen-ko-home-sweet-home/

 

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