A LOVE SUPREME

a visual diary. by photographer Reynard Li


The Juan Maclean - Running Back To You

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Nico. 

Nico. 

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Jennifer Castle. Her new album Pink City is out today.

Jennifer Castle. Her new album Pink City is out today.

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Lianne.

Lianne.

Posted 2 weeks ago

First test with a GoPro last night. had it hanging around my neck and did a time-lapse (a photo every 5 seconds). The low-light, long exposures caused the blurriness but it turned out pretty cool.

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A Sunday Kind of Love - Etta James

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Le Corbusier, New York, 1947
Irving Penn

mpdrolet:

Le Corbusier, New York, 1947

Irving Penn

Posted 2 months ago with 441 notes
"You see things vacationing on a motorcycle in a way that is completely different from any other. In a car you’re always in a compartment, and because you’re used to it you don’t realize that through the car window everything you see is just more TV. You’re a passive observer and it is all moving by you boringly in a frame. On a cycle the frame is gone. You’re completely in contact with it all. You’re in the scene, not just watching it anymore, and the sense of presence is overwhelming. That concrete whizzing by five inches below your foot is the real thing, the same stuff you walk on, it’s right there, so blurred you can’t focus on it, yet you can put your foot down and touch it anytime, and the whole thing, the whole experience, is never removed from immediate consciousness."
- from Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, 1974

"You see things vacationing on a motorcycle in a way that is completely different from any other. In a car you’re always in a compartment, and because you’re used to it you don’t realize that through the car window everything you see is just more TV. You’re a passive observer and it is all moving by you boringly in a frame. On a cycle the frame is gone. You’re completely in contact with it all. You’re in the scene, not just watching it anymore, and the sense of presence is overwhelming. That concrete whizzing by five inches below your foot is the real thing, the same stuff you walk on, it’s right there, so blurred you can’t focus on it, yet you can put your foot down and touch it anytime, and the whole thing, the whole experience, is never removed from immediate consciousness."
- from Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, 1974

Posted 2 months ago
Rolling green hills for miles..

Rolling green hills for miles..

Posted 2 months ago
I was sitting on the side of a road in the middle of nowhere, reading a book and waiting for my bike to cool down. A silver haired man on a blue motorcycle pulled up out of nowhere and we had the most amazing conversation about motorcycles, the environment, a salmon run near his cabin, bird extinction in South America, and he told me about a secret valley nearby where I should go to experience some incredible riding, which I thanked him for and agreed to check out. He put out his cigarette, hopped on his bike and rode off and I will probably never see him again.

I was sitting on the side of a road in the middle of nowhere, reading a book and waiting for my bike to cool down. A silver haired man on a blue motorcycle pulled up out of nowhere and we had the most amazing conversation about motorcycles, the environment, a salmon run near his cabin, bird extinction in South America, and he told me about a secret valley nearby where I should go to experience some incredible riding, which I thanked him for and agreed to check out. He put out his cigarette, hopped on his bike and rode off and I will probably never see him again.

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I photographed Bahamas for his new album “Bahamas is Afie” out in August. Go see him when he comes to your town, he is one extremely talented musician. www.bahamasmusic.net

I photographed Bahamas for his new album “Bahamas is Afie” out in August. Go see him when he comes to your town, he is one extremely talented musician. www.bahamasmusic.net

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Some of my favourite outtakes from a shoot I did for The Grid’s amazing cover story on LGBT Refugees in Toronto

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Posted 2 months ago
I shot portraits for The Grid’s feature  about how Toronto has become a refuge for LGBT people fleeing persecution in their home countries. Really powerful and touching stories. I’m honored to have photographed these brave, beautiful people. Out today in #Toronto or online at thegridto.com

I shot portraits for The Grid’s feature about how Toronto has become a refuge for LGBT people fleeing persecution in their home countries. Really powerful and touching stories. I’m honored to have photographed these brave, beautiful people. Out today in #Toronto or online at thegridto.com

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