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Japan is blessed with an abundance of nature, and the Japanese people have always respected nature and coexisted with it with a unique view of nature that "humans are a part of nature. As expressed in the phrases "Kacho-fu-getsu" (flowers, birds, winds, and the moon) and "Yuki-getsu-hana" (snow, moon, and flowers), Japanese people have long loved seasonal flowers and have incorporated them into not only their art, but also their daily lives. For example, we decorate every corner of our houses with flowers or add flowers to our food. I mainly take pictures of flowers in nature, which are not "elegant" flowers, but have a beauty of "fragility," "elegance," and "apology.