The space and floating quality in Le Nghi's photographic creation is reminiscent of a white cloud. This imagery of white cloud (白云), up and away from the modern world of noises, visually translates into moments of tranquillity and meditation on the transience and impermanence of all things.
In Le Nghi her most recent work, she reflects on capturing the scenes intuitively and spontaneously, setting out on a shoot of sceneries–no staging, no planning. Together with this newfound way, Le Nghi incorporates her background of Chinese culture and tradition to her new series. The crane, a symbol of happiness and relates to the idea of long life and peace according to Chinese belief, is the link between heaven and earth. After her mother passed away, the crane has become the symbol of Le Nghi's journey.