Kanazawa – Garden Details

It’s an easy mistake to get wrapped up in the frivolities of life. So much so that we’re often not paying attention to the beauty that resides in our surroundings. Depending on your mood the viewfinder on a camera can act as a great magnifying glass to admire all the things that you wouldn’t have seen otherwise.

In the garden next to the D.T. Suzuki Museum in Kanazawa, Japan I felt a strong inclination to capture all the details around me. As I walked slowly, breathing with each step, I looked to the moss and stones for colours, textures and shapes that would capture my interest.

“Sitting quietly, doing nothing, spring comes, and grass grows by itself.”

5 February, 2018