Japanese Photographer Captures Beautiful Dreamy Landscapes of Kamakura in Infrared

Kamakura is a popular tourist spot and a great day-trip from the Tokyo area. The seaside Japanese city is not only known for surfing (at Yuigahama Beach), it’s also home to dozens of Shinto Shrines and Buddhist temples, including Kōtoku-in Temple’s famous Great Buddha.

It’s often on the list of places to visit for foreigners coming to Japan. But even if you’re one of the many people who have visited Kamakura before, you’ve probably never seen it quite like this…

Japanese photographer Yuuui lists three interests on his Twitter profile when it comes to photography: The first two are street snaps, and minimal photography, but the third one is infrared photography. He also explains that he likes to “record the beauty that is often overlooked in everyday life” in his photographs.

Through infrared photography, he does indeed show us a completely different side of life…

More: Instagram, Twitter h/t: grapee

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