Japanese photographic poetry by Takehito Miyatake

Japanese photographer, Takehito Miyatake captures magnificent landscape imagery where you can sense of poetry about it. Whether he is shooting a forest with golden fireflies or a volcano in the midst of an eruption, he discovers the magic of nature.


Taisho Lava, Stars, and Volcanic Eruption from Arimura Village, Sakurajima, Japan, 2013 From Arimura village, the Showa crater, the most active volcano in Sakurajima, cannot usually be seen unless some of the cinders soar really high. Yet this eruption was big enough to set an observed record-high atmospheric vibration, as recorded by the Kagoshima Local Meteorological Observatory. In this great universe, the earth is one member of the celestial body that is alive, active, and growing.




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