Monday, May 16, 2011

The Snow and the Shore

There are certain inter-web secrets that I like to keep to myself. But every once in a while, I'll get the urge to let one slip in order to share some well-curated wealth. Today, it's the photography of Michael Kenna, whose ghostly images of Japan are nothing short of breathtaking. What makes this series so striking is that you can almost feel the crunch of snow under your boots and the foggy mist on your skin as you get lost in each photograph. Ditch your compass, clear your afternoon and check out his entirely amazing collection here.

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