Every piece of Min's photos have been developed and printed by his own hand in the darkroom. He blocks an illuminant and depends only on hazy grey tones to take control of the descriptive image he wants, directs the lens to the subject to merge in together. Photos are likely shown to the viewer as a painting rather than a photo in some way. The whole scenes in his works are fulfilled with tree branches and leaves; yet, the tone and the texture of the subjects have a feeling of brush strokes or a pencil drawing because of its delicate application of lights and details. Vaguely disappearing the subject with spreading shadows is also alike the eastern painting's spreading manner. If Min was focused on using intuition and contemplation in Snow Land series,in the series of Trees and Flowers, he was more concentrated on the observation of the nature, by fading the close up the lucid figure, by means of deleting the distance between nature and the artist himself.