Photos by Hasisi Park. Seoul, South Korea.
I’ve always loved Hassi’s work so much!
i love her work on flickr
Okay, dang, amazing. Everyone has something I can’t quite put my finger on that I love. The first and the last especially.
wait is that polar bear picture from everland? i’ve been there. but i just took pictures of little kids.
yep it’s from Everland, I had to take it for W magazine’s green project. : )
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Each photograph feels like a secret moment.
The penguin scene has right on perspective.
I’m not certain if it was the intention of the artist, but the photograph of the polar bear in captivity is deeply moving. Perhaps it’s just the empathy within myself for all animals, but seeing that creature roam around in its lonely space makes me want to cry. It’s as if the painted walls laugh in the bear’s face saying, “You will never see this, these walls are your prison.”
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