Japan – Vertical Impressions

I had the great pleasure to live in and travel around Japan for a summer period. It was a fiest to both eye and mind and I brought home a massive amount of photographs about daily life, culture, architecture, people and hundreds of odd things I encountered during my stay. Japan felt to me like an admirable society in a parallel universe that combines the familiar and the bewildering.

Instead of only publishing albums with a straightforward topic, location or event, the series below shows a harmonic blend of impressions away from precise context. All images presented below have been shot vertically (hochkant), which you will rarely seen on this site.

Click on any image below to enlarge it (necessary). Click on the appearing arrows at the bottom to move to the next picture and enjoy!

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