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Feng Liu Chicago | Feng Liu Street Photography

I remember when I was in college one day we had a music lecture about Antonin Dvorak’s “New World” symphony. It took about 3 hours. A professor introduced how Dvorak created this symphony. He told us very details about what’s mood in Dvorak’s mind and how he was thinking. It’s very complicated and we even couldn’t understand all of them. At last he said actually Dvorak didn’t say a single word about how he created this symphony and all of above was his imaginations. Suddenly we were laughing at him.


It’s true an art work can speak by itself. I truly believe what Robert Doisneau said,


"If you take photographs, don’t speak, don’t write, don’t analyse yourself, and don’t answer any questions."

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