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Here is a collection of pleasing still images captured using Canon products.
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Situated between the Sea of Japan and the Seto Inland Sea, and home to an abundance of nature fostered by a diverse climate,
I came to understand why Hyogo Prefecture is known as a microcosm of Japan and its landscapes as I pressed the shutter.
I want to share this place brimming with the scenery of Japan with the world.
Extending from the Sea of Japan in the north down to the Seto Inland Sea and the Pacific through Awaji Island,
Hyogo’s rich landscapes nurture a variety of climates.
Experience its many beautiful faces, captured in these photographs.
Rivers with bountiful pristine waters called the “last clear rivers of Japan” flow across Kochi Prefecture such as the Shimanto River and Niyodo River.
Railing-less “chinka-bashi” bridges span throughout the Shimanto River to prevent bridges from floating away during high floods.
I headed toward the river to see the scenery unfold before my eyes.
The severe, bitter, and ridiculously cold winter approaches.
After the red-crowned cranes land on snow fields in Kushiro.
Yet the radiant glitter and glow of dawn.
And the colors glimmering through the natural light.
Ceaselessly warms the hearts of the travelers.