Meteoroscape photography expressed the “Haiku”.
I think that taking “The end of summer” is one of the goal of this project because it is a theme of the scenery of the phenomenon. Scenery of phenomena that disappears fleetingly against enernal landscape. As one of them, “the end of summer” may be the king’s road on the royal road. This time I struggled to take just that.
However, unlike such a miniature scale concern, the macro world is trying to expand the pandemic after a major event, so if you take that into interest, the shooting location can only be set a Ninja village. IOC President Bach also said, “Please show us the patience of the Japanese people”, something like that. (Ninja means someone who gets extreme patience on his/her guts.)
Therefore, I looked for “The end of summer” in a vast Ninja village farm around the Iga Railway. However, I was surprised at the speed of the change of the season and the bad weather on its top. When you try to catch her, she falls out of your hands and never returns. It’s the life.
By the way, do you remember visiting Kensei’s village last year and mentioning that it may be a fictional story? In comparison, “Ninja”, which seems more absurd, is actually more realistic. There is land capital only to support the activity, there is a place where the pharmacy knowledge is concentrated, and the tribe chased from the front stage of the history gathers.
That’s why Ninjas must be in various ways behind the scenes of the macro world, even today, I wonder. Or do they have miniature-scale concerns?
Come to think of it, Basho Matsuo, who is famous for his “Haiku”, which is a short poem about miniature landscapes, was also from Iga. Therefore there is a theory that he was a Ninja as well. If Basho had been a ninja, I guess his life would probably have been much more hard-boiled than it was told.
“Summer grass and soldiers are the traces of dreams”
※ It is an individual’s impression that is not based on evidence.