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Noir and Minimalist Street Photography That Depicts the Quieter Side of Tokyo

Picking out the patterns and symmetry of Tokyo‘s streets and surrounding architecture, while having fun with light and shadow – Japanese photographer Hiroharu Matsumoto‘s minimalist images create stunning compositions that pay absolute tribute to the world’s largest city.

Instead of the typical rush and bustle that we’ve come to expect from Japan‘s pulsating metropolis, Hiroharu shows alone individuals against dramatic backdrops, perhaps representing the loneliness that one can often feel – even in such a busy, energetic place.

via Ignant

 

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