Photo © Naoki Fujihara
Strength in Silence
This architecture is called Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge, the longest span bridge in the world, located in Japan.
When this bridge was constructing, a big earthquake happened.
Although its magnitude was 7.3, this bridge was not damaged seriously.
When I saw this bridge, I felt that it was not only a large-scale bridge, but also there was great force of engineers' will that involved in its construction. I could feel their will because I'm also an engineer.
In this photography, I want to express not only the strength of bridge but also the will of engineers, in contrast with the gentle ocean waves and the moving clouds.
This is the reason that I took this photography.
Naoki Fujihara JAPAN
Naoki Fujihara is an award-winning fine art photographer in Japan.
・One Eyeland - World's TOP 10 Black & White Photographers 2018 - JAPAN Rank #3
・One Eyeland Awards 2017 - Finalist
・Fine Art Photography Awards 2017-2018 - Honorable Mention
・Tokyo International Foto Awards 2017 - Honorable Mention
・Monochrome Photography Awards 2017 - Honorable Mention
・International Photographer of The Year 2017 - Honorable Mention
・Fstoppers - Photo of the Day on Dec 28th, 2017
・Asahi Camera × Tokyo Camera Club Photography Contest 2018 “47 Photos of Japan” - Winning
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