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​                                    田畑信之

"Plants" The Moment When They Wither

A faded color on shriveled petals, flowers come loose to the end, the life gradually withered

away and we notice the final moment of their lives as plants.

When I face the death, I can not help thinking of life.

Being a witness of the end, people feel the beauty, philosophy, even eroticism there.

Photograph is able to show only a moments of life however, it may express the stream of time by casting the period of glory highlights in life.

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