Shibui is a Japanese word that refers to a particular aesthetic of simple, subtle, and unobtrusive beauty. Shibui objects appear to be simple overall, but they include subtle details, such as textures, that balance simplicity with complexity. This balance of simplicity and complexity ensures that one does not tire of a shibui object, but constantly finds new meanings and enriched beauty that cause its aesthetic value to grow over the years.
Landscape photography comes into being in the most majestic fashion, when you are at the right place at the right time. I measure wave photography in thousandths of a second, and landscape photography in minutes. But typical of nature, each second that passes means that change is immanent.
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