Sakura, Japan, 2011

On a spring day, I visited Seiunji Temple, which is near the area where I live. It is known for its centuries-old cherry trees. I was taking a rest when a tree with an interesting trunk caught my interest. Then I noticed a second cherry tree; I could see them—one above the other. I think it makes the photo more glamorous.

Location: Japan
Photograph Date: 2011
Medium: Chromogenic Print
Edition: 200
Available Sizes: 70cm and 100cm

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About the Photographer

Hideyuki Katagiri

Hideyuki Katagiri is an award-winning photographer living in Kasukabe, Saitama, Japan.

Preferring to travel by car, he would take a camera with him at all times. Recently, he has started to shoot in earnest to collect the beautiful scenery of Japan.

Hideyuki specializes in photographing the four seasons, nature in the Kanto region, and traveling in Japan, which often includes shooting along the railroad.

His first photo exhibition was in 2012 capturing the four seasons of Aizu.

His photographs have appeared in Photoblur and National Geographic magazines as well as His work has been recognized in several international photo contests and was a Merit Winner in the National Geographic Traveler 2013 Photo Contest.

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