A Japanese concept that aestheticizes impermanence.
Beauty in the imperfect ("less than"), restrained and simple.
Beauty revealed through the process of time, most notably decay.
Nature Photographer Gregor Schöpf shoots Nature through the lens of Japanese aesthetic sensibility Wabi-Sabi (侘寂).
His Photography is akin to a visual form of Haiku (俳句) - Japanese short form poetry - mediating a flash of insight into nature.
His Photography also aims to transmit the values of the Wabi-Sabi (侘寂) aesthetic - peaceful contemplation, both saddened by and appreciative of impermanence.
Asymmetry and Irregularity
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