I thought I had taken a picture of an ordinary scene, but when I looked at the finished photograph, I found a faint trace of my consciousness.
Born in 1983. Based in Tokyo.
I think the sublimation of the cherry blossom scenery into anonymous photography is due to the people who are unaware of the presence of the camera appearing there and the photographer's point of view and method, which does not make the subject of the photo clear. The small number of photographs makes these encompass a non-fixed perspective, but rather ambiguous (although it may be clear to the photographer), and I feel a blank space that attracts the viewer to the photographs that may have passed by.
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