Wabi-Sabi – July 2020

Wabi Sabi is the Japanese word that roughly translates as “imperfect aged beauty” It’s used to describe a philosophy that beauty can be found in the old, the everyday, and the imperfect.

To embrace Wabi Sabi in photography is to slow down and notice the overlooked beauty of the mundane and imperfect; a crack in a tea cup, withered fruit, a dying flower, rust on metal, etc.

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