Tsunami Exhibition Images

Thank you to everyone who came along to last Friday’s exhibition and BBQ…And thank you to those who made further donations to the tsunami relief effort. I am publishing the images from the exhibition here as well as a few extras that never made it to the wall as prints.

The exhibition will stay in Niseko Photography for another week if anyone would like the chance to have another look. After this we’re hoping to donate the exhibition to Otsuchi town when we visit next.

Thank you again for a great turnout and show of support!

Tsunami Exhibition.

Tsunami Exhibition.

BBQ Crowd.

BBQ Crowd.

Make Shift.

Make Shift.

From the Temple.

From the Temple.

Lantern Road.

Lantern Road.

One Building.

One Building.

Where to Start?

Where to Start?

Clean Up Begins.

Clean Up Begins.

Search and Rescue Teams.

Search and Rescue Teams.

Despair.

Despair.

Little Old Lady

Little Old Lady

High and Dry.

High and dry

Tsunami Wall.

Tsunami Wall.

Gumboots and Shochu

Gumboots and Shochu

Life and Death.

Life and Death.

The Van.

The Van.

Temporary Home.

Temporary Home.

Found Alive - 7 Days After.

Found Alive - 7 Days After.

End Of The Line.

End Of The Line.

All That Remains.

All That Remains.

From Above.

From Above.

The Temple's View.

The Temple's View.

Rubble.

Rubble.

Empty Shelves.

Empty Shelves.

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3 Comments on “Tsunami Exhibition Images
    • Hi Denise,

      We have had a lot of people offering donations from Australia and thank you sincerely for your offer to help. One challenge of accepting donations is the excessive bank fees between Aus and Japan and to avoid this I’ve opened up my online shop as a donation method. You can go to http://www.nisekophotography.com and click through to the shop area. Purchase any print (Tsunami or otherwise) in the next two weeks and I’ll pass on all proceeds to the next trip to Otsuchi.

      Thank you for your kind feedback.

      Aaron.

  1. Hi Aaron,

    Truly stunning. I wrote to your company email, but thought it a good idea to post here as well. I would love to use some of your images for a film I am doing about the global impact of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. http://www.followingtheninth.com I have a good piece of the film that involves Japan and its love for the 9th. As you probably know, the 9th is about connection across borders, all men and women as in important ways equals on this planet, with the key line of the chorus being Alle Menschen werden Bruder (all men are brothers). Some Japanese-Americans friends of mine just attended and sang at a 9th in Naruto, and I have filmed there recently. They came back with stories about how the earthquake and tsunami gave their singing of the 9th a deeper meaning this year. I’m sure there will be many benefit 9th performances this December when the 9th (Daiku) is performed hundreds of times throughout Japan.

    Great work all around.

    Sincerely,
    kerry candaele
    venice, ca

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