seeks to represent the beauty in nature, with particular reference to the
Japanese culture and their sensitivity to the natural world.
End,’ creates a narrative of the seasons, autumn and winter. The Japanese seek
beauty in nature not in what is enduring or permanent, but in the fragile, the
fleeting and the perishable. Above all, their feelings about nature have from
the earliest times been absorbed by the changes brought by the seasons.
Winter, the seasons when things perish, possess a greater allure. These works
portray the aesthetic value in the realm of the lonely, the cold and the
withered. The photographs depict the fleeting beauty of the natural world.