From Beauty to Tragedy- Japan in 50 Photos

Due to the tragic past events from Japan and its surroundings, we decided to show solidarity to people’s pain in the best way knows by us: art. We hope that not only we will make people think about the beauties of nature and life that surround us every day, but also be more kind to others and enhance, inter-human relationships.

Nature sometimes strikes and devastates enough, there is no need that we, humans, destroy more through wars and intolerance.

The following photography showcase emphasized the differences from what can be a dreamy life one day and a nightmare the next one. Let us be responsible for our actions towards nature and humanity, let us reach out a helping hand to the ones that could have been us…

Japanese Anemone

Japanese Anemone
author:Mandy Disher

Butterflies

Butterflies
author:Matti Sedholm

Lace Maple, Japanese Garden

That Japanese Girl

Japan

Japan Lake

Osaka, Japan

Osaka, Japan
author:marilenanoise

Dusk in Tokyo, Japan

Dusk in Tokyo, Japan
author:KintaiZach

Japan VIII

Japan VIII
author:tomhawk

Leaves in Japan

Leaves in Japan
author:teacat

Golden Pavillion – Kyoto, Japan

Golden Pavillion - Kyoto, Japan
author:Fernando Olea

Japan Beauty

Japan Beauty
author:Matt Cramer

Macaca Fuscata Iluminata

When Fall Turns into Winter

In the Dead of the Night

Flowerfields, Biei, Hokkaido, Japan

Papilio Machaon Butterfly in Biei, Hokkaido, Japan

Bliss

Lady Fuji

Lady Fuji
author:Rachel Blaser

Sunset in Japan

Keeping the Tradition

Vajra

Nijo-jo, Kyoto

Nijo-jo, Kyoto
author:Boris Itkin

Otowa-san Kiyomizu-dera, Kyoto

Otowa-san Kiyomizu-dera, Kyoto
author:Boris Itkin

Child in Japan

Child in Japan
author:Maria Llorens

Kioto. Japan Colors

Kioto. Japan Colors
author:Maria Llorens

Kioto. Kinkaku-ji

Kioto. Kinkaku-ji
author:Maria Llorens

Tokio

Tokio
author:Maria Llorens

Beautiful Japanese Girl

Beautiful Japanese Girl
author:momoyama

Shirakawago Village, Japan

Shirakawago Village, Japan
author:jasmine8559

Izu Peninsula, Japan

Izu Peninsula, Japan
author:fayerman

Yokohama, Japan.

Yokohama, Japan.
author:DJKneo

Himeji Castle Japan

Himeji Castle Japan
author:palina32

Japanese Dolls

Japanese Dolls
author:phunkey

Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden
author:tweeny

Japanese Maple, I

Japanese Maple, I
author:coulombic

Yuna Kairi in Japanese Garden

Yuna Kairi in Japanese Garden
author:middeneaht

Wet Little Lady

Wet Little Lady
author:adamy

Two Roses

Nara

Nara
author:heeeeman

Japan – Vast Devastation1

Japan – Vast Devastation2

Japan – Vast Devastation3

Japan – Vast Devastation4

Japan – Vast Devastation5

Japan – Vast Devastation6

Japan – Vast Devastation7

Japan – Vast Devastation8

Japan – Vast Devastation9

Japan – Vast Devastation10

Author: Giulia

Giulia is a 25 year old girl from Romania. She runs a blog dedicated to cute animals on furrytalk.com. She's also an amateur photographer and has a passion for Photoshop.

9 thoughts on “From Beauty to Tragedy- Japan in 50 Photos”

  1. A very thoughtful collection. We must always keep the beauty in mind when we face disaster, it will help us through back to beauty again.
    nice job Giulia

  2. very sad. I feel so bad for them. They are in my prayers to stay strong.The pics are lovely even the sadness in the end they shall rise from this.

  3. Amazing amazing beauty!

    BTW Peter, the collection isn’t by Giulia, that’s just an ad that is here in every one of these blog pages. I found it confusing too 🙂

  4. It is very shocking to see the devastation in such a beautiful land. Sufferings of the people are heart rending. May Allah give them fortitude to bear their losses and bless them with His bounties and His mercy.

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