日本摄影大师深瀨昌久(Masahisa Fukase)的The Solitude of Ravens系列。

Masahisa Fukase is part of that strange generation of Japanese artists born before the war and who came to maturity after their nation was defeated and devastated. They are, in a distinctly Japanese way, a lost generation. Fukase was born on Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost island, in 1934 and, it seems, always knew he would be a photographer. He attended Nihon University in Tokyo where, predictably, he studied photography. After graduating in 1956 he took a position with Dai-Ichi Advertising as a commercial photographer. The work provided him with a steady income and a diversity of experience, both of which were useful as he pursued his own personal photography.