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    Yosuke Kashiwakura- photography

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    Yosuke Kashiwakura - because it is there- photography

  • Yosuke Kashiwakura- photography

    Yosuke Kashiwakura- photography

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  • Nid de corbeaux Tokyo – © Yosuke Kashiwakura – photography

    Nid de corbeaux Tokyo - © Yosuke Kashiwakura - photography

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    Yosuke Kashiwakura - photography flamands

  • Yosuke Kashiwakura- photography

    Yosuke Kashiwakura- photography

Wildlife photography by Yosuke Kashiwakura

Wildlife photography by Yosuke Kashiwakura / Japan Professional / Wildlife.

Les corbeaux qui vivent à Tokyo utilisent des cintres pour faire leurs nids. Dans cette grande ville, il y a peu d’arbres, de sorte que les matériaux naturels dont les corbeaux ont besoin pour faire leurs nids sont rares. En conséquence, les corbeaux prennent parfois les cintres des gens qui vivent dans des appartements à proximité, et les assemblent soigneusement en nids. De véritables œuvres d’art sur le thème du recyclage.

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The crows that live in Tokyo use clothes hangers to make nests. In such a large city, there are few trees, so the natural materials that crows need to make their nests are scarce. As a result, the crows occasionally take hangers from the people who live in apartments nearby, and carefully assemble them into nests. The completed nests almost look like works of art based on the theme of recycling.

Nid de corbeaux Tokyo - © Yosuke Kashiwakura - photography

Nid de corbeaux Tokyo – © Yosuke Kashiwakura – photography

Yosuke Kashiwakura (né en 1978, il vit actuellement à Kanagawa). Il a enseigné la photographie en 2004 et en 2007, a remporté un prix de photographie de nature mondiale. Son travail continue d’être exposé au Musée national Smithsonian d’histoire naturelle. Il a obtenu la deuxième place dans les autres, spéciaux et la troisième place dans la nature sous-marine des catégories International Photography Awards. Ses photographies représentent des paysages naturels, la coexistence entre l’homme et la nature, et les problèmes environnementaux. Il est actif dans une grande variété de supports, y compris les magazines, publications diverses, et des publicités.

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Yosuke Kashiwakura (born in 1978, currently living in Kanagawa) began teaching himself photography in 2004, and in 2007 won a Global Nature Photography award. His work went on to be displayed in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. He was awarded second place in the SPECIAL OTHERS and third place in the NATURE UNDERWATER categories of the International Photography Awards. His photographs depict natural scenery, the coexistence between human and nature, and environmental problems. He is active in a wide variety of media, including magazines, various publications, and advertisements.

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