Beautiful and very creative!
Thank you so much. The sunflowers in the dim light by rain on a dusk were so beautiful and impressive…That appearance differed from sunflowers which shine vigorously under the sun.
Wow – your explanation really adds to the drama of the photos!
I’m sorry for late reply…Thank you so much for your praise!
Pretty awesome 🙂 But the first pictures of this series are always best 😉
Thank you so much for your comment. I’m very glad you liked them…Because the first one of these series is a starting point and the most important image.
oh, they light up the darkness. then, slowly, they fade, ahaha… now, it’s dark everywhere. 🙂
Thank you so much for your nice comments, my friend. I wanted to express the color of flowers which disappear calmly into the darkness.
I hope you are well. Yuki
very interesting use of negative space and sequencing.
Thank you so much! Negative space is called “余情(Yojyou)” in Japanese art, and it means suggestiveness. Especially this Yojyou can be seen in Japanese painting and Noh farce.
very interesting.. thanks
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