Nightscape by Korean artist Jee Young Lee. Lee uses no photo manipulation to create her images. Her setting is always her small studio in Seoul, the longest wall of which is less than 14 feet. To build a single iteration can take weeks or even months. After each session, Lee photographs an aerial shot of the scene (herself always included). Then, like the Buddhist monks who build sand sculptures only to let them scatter, she dismantles her work and starts all over.