A geisha retreats into a traditional house.
Kyoto, Japan / 2018
Of all the images I've ever taken, this one is among my true favourites. Nothing expresses the idea and symbolism of Japan quite like the Geisha. Roaming around the traditional area of Gion in Kyoto one night, I was lucky enough to see one moving from building to building. Geisha sightings are over in a flash however, and this image was taken in mere seconds before she hurried off inside.
A premium 260gsm, Lustre-finish photo paper from Japan has been chosen for this giclée print. Lustre is a great paper for deep blacks and highly saturated colours. It has a mild gloss to it, and can easily be hung up on its own, or framed.
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