Belmont Harbor Tree II, Chicago

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Artist Statement


This photograph is part of a series shot during a cross-country road trip in the summer of 2011. My photographs are heavily influenced by my immediate environment, from my everyday surroundings to unfamiliar landscapes I encounter during my travels. In this series, I found that I was heavily inspired by nature, or as I like to say, "the untouched pauses," and I focused on documenting those pockets of space and time.


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Daniel Seung Lee (rhymes with tongue) is a portrait and travel photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. Daniel's work focuses on found beauty in his immediate surroundings, whether it is the natural form of trees, interesting faces he comes across or those fleeting moments of beautiful light. When Daniel needs a break, he is all about traveling, with his trips usually revolving around food, taking long drives with good music and watching embarrassingly bad television with a pile of junk food.