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Yusurika series by Yoshinori Mizutani Reflecting the flash of the camera, each yusurika (midge) turns into a small white ball of light, transforming into something fantastical, like fairies of the natural world

Yusurika - Photographs and text by Yoshinori Mizutani | LensCulture

Though a longtime Tokyo resident, nature continues to call out to this Japanese photographer. Taking inspiration from yusurika, tiny midges, he transforms his surroundings into something fantastical.

Yusurika series by Yoshinori Mizutani Reflecting the flash of the camera, each yusurika (midge) turns into a small white ball of light, transforming into something fantastical, like fairies of the natural world

Yusurika - Photographs and text by Yoshinori Mizutani | LensCulture

Though a longtime Tokyo resident, nature continues to call out to this Japanese photographer. Taking inspiration from yusurika, tiny midges, he transforms his surroundings into something fantastical.

We Haven't Located Us Yet : pleoros: Zhang Kechun - The yellow river

The Yellow River - Photographs and text by Zhang Kechun | LensCulture

By following one of the longest rivers in Asia, this series—and its creator—offer insight into China’s enduring, yet rapidly changing, national identity.

Yellow River by Zhang Kechun — la Galerie Paris 1839

The Yellow River - Photographs and text by Zhang Kechun | LensCulture

By following one of the longest rivers in Asia, this series—and its creator—offer insight into China’s enduring, yet rapidly changing, national identity.

IBASHO is a gallery in Antwerp showing fine art Japanese photography as well as works from Western photographers who were inspired by Japan. IBASHO also deals in new and antiquarian Japanese photo books.

Yusurika - Photographs and text by Yoshinori Mizutani | LensCulture

Though a longtime Tokyo resident, nature continues to call out to this Japanese photographer. Taking inspiration from yusurika, tiny midges, he transforms his surroundings into something fantastical.

Juxtapoz Magazine - Enchantment and Suffocation in Zhang Kechun's "The Yellow River" Yellow River, Grey Skies, Chengdu, Ancient China, Photography Projects, Pilgrimage, Ecology, San Francisco Skyline, New York Skyline
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The Yellow River - Photographs and text by Zhang Kechun | LensCulture

By following one of the longest rivers in Asia, this series—and its creator—offer insight into China’s enduring, yet rapidly changing, national identity.

Though a longtime Tokyo resident, nature continues to call out to this Japanese photographer

Yusurika - Photographs and text by Yoshinori Mizutani | LensCulture

Though a longtime Tokyo resident, nature continues to call out to this Japanese photographer. Taking inspiration from yusurika, tiny midges, he transforms his surroundings into something fantastical.

Though a longtime Tokyo resident, nature continues to call out to this Japanese photographer

Yusurika - Photographs and text by Yoshinori Mizutani | LensCulture

Though a longtime Tokyo resident, nature continues to call out to this Japanese photographer. Taking inspiration from yusurika, tiny midges, he transforms his surroundings into something fantastical.

Discover the visions of 37 award-winning street photographers—urban poetry, silent cityscapes and beauty in the everyday from all over the world.

WINNERS—LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2017

Discover the visions of 37 award-winning street photographers—urban poetry, silent cityscapes and beauty in the everyday from all over the world.

9907 From the series "Yusurika, © Yoshinori Mizutani. Courtesy of the artist and IMA gallery

Yusurika - Photographs and text by Yoshinori Mizutani | LensCulture

Though a longtime Tokyo resident, nature continues to call out to this Japanese photographer. Taking inspiration from yusurika, tiny midges, he transforms his surroundings into something fantastical.

From the series "Yusurika, © Yoshinori Mizutani. Courtesy of the artist and IMA gallery

Yusurika - Photographs and text by Yoshinori Mizutani | LensCulture

Though a longtime Tokyo resident, nature continues to call out to this Japanese photographer. Taking inspiration from yusurika, tiny midges, he transforms his surroundings into something fantastical.

Yusurika - Photographs and text by Yoshinori Mizutani

Yusurika - Photographs and text by Yoshinori Mizutani | LensCulture

Though a longtime Tokyo resident, nature continues to call out to this Japanese photographer. Taking inspiration from yusurika, tiny midges, he transforms his surroundings into something fantastical.

The Yellow River - Photographs and text by Zhang Kechun

The Yellow River - Photographs and text by Zhang Kechun | LensCulture

By following one of the longest rivers in Asia, this series—and its creator—offer insight into China’s enduring, yet rapidly changing, national identity.

From the series "Yusurika, © Yoshinori Mizutani. Courtesy of the artist and IMA gallery

Yusurika - Photographs and text by Yoshinori Mizutani | LensCulture

Though a longtime Tokyo resident, nature continues to call out to this Japanese photographer. Taking inspiration from yusurika, tiny midges, he transforms his surroundings into something fantastical.

Zhang Kechun - Painted people in the river house, Gansu (粉刷河中房子的人,甘肃), 2011

The Yellow River - Photographs and text by Zhang Kechun | LensCulture

By following one of the longest rivers in Asia, this series—and its creator—offer insight into China’s enduring, yet rapidly changing, national identity.

Yellow River by Zhang Kechun — la Galerie Paris 1839 Yellow River, Artsy Photos, Grey Skies, John Muir, Chengdu, Ancient China, Wanderlust Travel, Pilgrimage, Places
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The Yellow River - Photographs and text by Zhang Kechun | LensCulture

By following one of the longest rivers in Asia, this series—and its creator—offer insight into China’s enduring, yet rapidly changing, national identity.