Yasui Nakaji (1903-1942) was a landscape photographer who embraced experimentation and "new photography."  In the late 1930s, his landscapes became more "symbolic," as in the 1941 shot "Tsuki" that accompanies this article.  The author thinks the moon "represents the eye of man in his final days."
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English

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photography

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Dec 2005

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The Japan Journal, Dec 2005, pp. 20–21

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1

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