White Crane Spread Wings | Grainne Quinlan

White Crane Spread Wings is a visual essay by Grainne Quinlan, a Hong Kong-based photographer who studied the movements of HK senior citizens, going about their morning routine of Tai Chi in the cities designated areas for the exercise. Positions are amplified and patience is truly appreciated via her images, that grasp the skill and mindset of the enthusiasts, whose morning Tai Chi is just as important to them as breakfast or a New Yorker’s cup of coffee.

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