the rains have a tendency to make nature look even more beautiful that what it already is. every lil blade of grass and every lil leaf look like they’ve just come alive and are ready to spread a bouquet of love all around.
now imagine the beauty that comes alive when you have a talented photographer shoot nature in the rains. that’s what hidenobu suzuki has a very good knack of doing.
a japanese photographer and digital photo artist loves shooting nature and making it look like a japanese paintings says, “the japanese have been expressing emotions and spiritual feelings through landscapes for hundreds of years. i hope my landscape photography can heal people and lead them to harmony. i challenge myself to capture emotions with my camera and convey peace and tranquility to people that will stay in their mind.”
his work has won his several worldwide accolades like a le salon des beaux arts gold medal, the 2017 national geographic travel photographer of the year contest – editors favorite and the national geographic your shot daily dozen