Sakura Fall, Tsurumigawa

26 May ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image
Sakura Fall, Tsurumigawa

With springtime, a new series of images.

Until recently I lived near the Tsurumi river (or Tsurumigawa) and would cycle along it almost daily, following its curves and bends and intersections with other tributaries as it grows from a narrow tree-lined stream flowing through local suburbs to become a gentle river amid urban farmland and eventually opening into wide vistas, lined with grass and concrete.

I love the transformation along its route, and through the changing seasons. These images are my celebration of that.

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Paul VincentFarrell

I'm a photographer in Tokyo, Japan

I make photographs, 360-panoramas, composites and collages.

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