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 Crossings Egineering Photographs Japan Ohyama Bridges

When a photographer has, more than technique, enough sensibility, what for many poses as true urban chaos, under the lens of someone like Ken Ohyama can turn into a pure work of art. With a set of breathtaking pictures, the Japanese photographer portrayed as various and different structures as you can imagine. Confused, chaotic, strange, unusual, can so many traffic options be more helpful than confusing? Aside from being cold and ugly, they are indispensable for the increasingly complex city's traffic.

Maybe Ohyama doesn't have the answer to these questions. His straight answer is with his camera, capturing, in an amazing way, the beauty and confusion that concrete and steel can represent. Aside from the fantastic set he posted on Flickr, his photographs were also published in a book called "Junction".

 Crossings Egineering Photographs Japan Ohyama Bridges

 Crossings Egineering Photographs Japan Ohyama Bridges

 Crossings Egineering Photographs Japan Ohyama Bridges

 Crossings Egineering Photographs Japan Ohyama Bridges

 Crossings Egineering Photographs Japan Ohyama Bridges

 Crossings Egineering Photographs Japan Ohyama Bridges

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