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Rhythms of Nature

Deep interaction with nature reveals truths about the human condition and provides insight on our place in the natural environment. Explore the world as it is, and as Japanese observers have captured it, in this series.
(Banner photo: Caribou ford a river in Alaska. Photograph by Hoshino Michio; courtesy of Hoshino Naoko/Hoshino Michio Office.)

Visions of Alaska: Remembering Japanese Photographer Hoshino Michio

Japanese photographer Hoshino Michio spent 18 years traveling across Alaska, recording life in the Far North with striking photos of nature and insightful essays. Two decades have passed since his untimely death in 1996, but his works continue to inspire fans in Japan and around the world.

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