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Benji Vuong
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Freelance Photographer in Portland, Oregon
Freelance Photographer in Portland, Oregon

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Es ist 4 Jahre her, seit diese Gruppe angefangen hat. Ich hoffe, dass diese Arbeit eines Tages nicht mehr benötigt wird. Bis dahin hoffe ich, dass diese Arbeit weiterhin den Menschen dient.
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12/13/17
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I am in awe and absolutely in love with this artist.

The science in Christopher Nolan's Interstellar may not have been completely accurate, after all, it is a sci-fi flick and accommodations must be made as time cannot be brought (pun intended), but the visual was absolutely astonishing and one of the best representation of light bending and optics I have seen.

I highly recommend this short clip of Intra, a short journey through the black hole inspired by those visuals from the movie.
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Since leaving Facebook August of this year, I promised some friends I would remain in touch, virtually, through my existing Google account. A select few I remain in touch with what is now affectionately termed "snail mail." My Google+ account, however, will now serve as my primary online medium for posting updates. These will likely be more intimate posts; more personal, and also likely less frequent as what was often shared on my Facebook.

My intention is to spend more time in the physical world since leave Facebook and that has been a blessing for my personal growth and development, as much as it was necessary for my holistic health. I plan to spend less time on the virtual realm, but as promised I intend on posting updates on various occasions to share new photos, discoveries, and other wonderment I encounter in the days to come. For those who appreciated my photography and creativity, this is where you will find these new updates.

In this photo taken near Long Creek, Oregon during "the great solar eclipse through America," we had the opportunity to observe the dark side of the moon -- at least, for the scientific community. This was a rare opportunity for us to be still and observe the phenomenon of when the world went silent. A reminder that we live in the shadows of great celestial bodies in the sky. If this wonderment was to occur daily as the rising sun, it would be lost upon us as it become trite. However, every opportunity to actually watch the sun rise and set, is still a glorious moment.

In a peripheral rant, I find that the nuance of being crafty and selective with what we share, through whatever medium of choice, to produce a powerful delivery on the receiving end is rather a bit of a lost art. If we are to make a strong delivery to evoke that same sensation which brought us to the point where we want to share that powerful moment with another human being, we should be keen on understanding the subtlety of what is it that made our heart skip a beat in the first place. To share that heartbeat skip requires a fine tune knowledge which can acknowledge that it was our heart that just skipped a beat -- and there in that moment -- is when can we pass it on and whisper to our fellow human "this is what it feels like to be out of rhythm with your heart." Too often today is this concept is lost upon us. We now live in a world where one can be granted instant satisfaction through hyper-speed deliveries and cheap gimmicks at the click of a button. I find satisfaction in the interval, as anxious as it makes me. I find purpose, segmented into chapters of memories, as much as I do each time I am blessed with witnessing a natural celestial body blazing through Earth's vicinity -- much more so than when my conscious reminds me that more likely today, it is probably just space debris that we left in the vacuum of space raining fire back down on us as it traverse through the mesosphere. Perhaps, it is just me with my peculiarity, but I do much rather prefer share posts with some substance in lieu of posting simply for "the likes."
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A Day in Life in Chicago.
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New Work:

Swimming to San Francisco is a new game app for Apple's iOS that is still in development. If you live in SF, be sure to check it out in the near future. I worked on this with Reason Interactive and shot the live scenes.

Check it out:
https://vimeo.com/146180037
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