Sunday, 3 August 2008

Fumiko Nazawa


Beautiful images.
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I often wish I had photographed my Gran's house after she died.
We were all so shocked at the suddenness of her death that emotions were to raw to focus on doing anything other than deal with the aftershocks. But looking at these photographs reminds me of how, what looks like the detritus of life, can look so beautiful.

3 comments:

materfamilias said...

These are beautiful, but I wonder if beauty is more difficult to find if the detritus is not as organic -- mass-produced plastic might be more banal, I'd think, or at least melancholy.

Marcus said...

Those are beautiful, thought provoking images. One person's detritus is another persons....

seth said...

Great link. Sometimes the simplest of objects make the most striking images.