Stunning Photographs of Frozen Waterfall in Japan Tauheed Ahmad March 20, 2015 Photography 1732 Tokyo-based photographer Hayato Wakabayashi captures stunning photos of frozen waterfalls, caves, and frost in his ongoing series Gravity. He’s bundled in warm layers and weighed down by heavy gear, the daring photographer braves the bone-chilling cold of Japan’s mountainous regions in order to document remarkable phenomenon in nature. The majestic rushing cascades are frozen in time and suspended in midstream, turning the familiar sight of waterfalls into a stark, stylish winter wonderland. I started to become interested in the slow and organic variations of nature,” he explains. I have always been spellbound with the unnoticeable growth built from repeated elements in nature. Nothing can be escape gravity. You know, there’s a natural order that exists outside our rationalized ideas. Gravity holds all that exists. I show nature’s order by snapping these effects of gravity that we’re not usually aware of in our daily lives. Source: Mymodernmet Related PostsRussian Photographer Captures the Cutest Squirrel Photo Session EverIceland! A Photographer ParadiseMind-blowing Railway Photos show South American Trains Teetering on Cliff Edges and Tunneling through MountainsThe Gorgeous Images of Deserted Cars Enveloped by NatureThe Abundance Beauty of Winter LandscapeMesmerizing and Magical Glowing MushroomsDragon Lizard Captured looks like Playing with Leaf Guitar in IndonesiaSpectacular Photos of a Volcanic Eruption Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.