I found a car quietly living in the forest in Taupo.The car was sleeping on the road for the mountain bike. No one will come here nearly.
I want to convey the beauty inside imperfect. I am a Wabi-Sabi photographer.
This is called "Wabi sabi".
It is a sense of being born in Japan.
Wabi is a word that came from the origin of "depressed" or "insufficient life", and now means aesthetic sense that loves beauty in rustic and simplicity.
Sabi is a word that came from the origin of "becoming old" or "color fades", which means beauty in a quiet state when people are gone.
It was difficult for this sense to paraphrase even a Japanese, but photographer Michael Freeman and architect Leonard Koren had a deep understanding.