Chang Lung-ko moved to Australia in 1992. Enjoying his life in retirement, he was able to devote more time and effort to photography. In addition to going on road trips around Australia, he also organized several tour groups to visit some of the most famous scenic spots across China. If we look at the magnificent landscapes and those abstract yet emotive depictions in his works with mindful appreciation, we will realize the persistence of the photographer, who waited for so long behind the viewfinder just to get the perfect light in the perfect location. As stated in his artistic concept, “momentum comes from the ups and downs of the far mountains; emotion lies in the tall and short trees surrounding us,” Chang Lung-ko used his camera as a medium of poetry and integrated the beauty of literature in his photographic works.