“Fukushima flower” (福島の花) photographs might be resumed in one brief sentence: when hope meets calamity. The Japanese photographer Katsuhiro Noguchi has been enquiring into this very topic for a few years and aspires to: “make people all over the world smile with the beauty of the flowers of Fukushima.
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