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Hiroaki Hasumi photographs Japanese cherry blossoms, and, inspired by traditional painting, overlays them with gold. Paul Thompson ventures to the seashore at night, capturing photos that resemble Rothko paintings, while Tony Nahra's seascapes remind us of the Caspar David Friedrich. Carolyn Marks Blackwood transforms clouds into watercolor brushstrokes. Kim Keever makes photos that double as lush, dreamy landscape paintings--each one the product of a handmade diorama and a 200-gallon fishtank.

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    Magnificent Photographs of Japanese Cherry Blossoms Overlaid with Gold Dust

    Magnificent Photographs of Japanese Cherry Blossoms Overlaid with Gold Dust

    In the spring of 1598, the samurai warrior Toyotomi Hideyoshi, known as the second of Japan’s three “great unifiers,” ordered 700 cherry blossom …

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