Photographer Captures Spring Colors Of Japan
Most of us would have to travel hundreds, thousands and perhaps tens of thousands of miles for the unique opportunity of photographing Japan’s amazing plum trees blossom. For photographer Hidenobu Suzuki however, all he has to do is step outside of his front door.
A beautician by profession Hidenobu spends his free time doing landscape photography: “My photographs are like Japanese paintings. Japanese like to express emotions and spiritual feelings through the landscape photography,” says the photographer.
He shares a bit of his philosophy behind the photos: “Emotional art heals people and leads the society to harmony. I took a challenge to capture emotions with my camera.“
Can’t get enough of spring? Then jump in our time-travel machine and go back a couple of years when cherry trees lit up Japan.