Japan, 2015. #382. Cyanotype over platinum print. 東滴壷 (とうてきこ) Toutekiko
“Said to be Japan’s smallest rock garden, it is elegant and quite famous, despite being extremely small. On the right side of the garden, there is a flat sheet of rock, and the circular wave designs represent falling drop of water. Just as one drop of water becomes a small river, and then a large river, and finally a large ocean, this garden expresses the preciousness of one drop, and the fact tat one drop leads to a big sea”.