Showing posts with label The Hari Perspective. Show all posts
Showing posts with label The Hari Perspective. Show all posts

13.9.11

What Hari Saw......





























These photos were taken in Miyagi Prefecture one of the places that felt the full force of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. This part of Japan is still fighting to come to terms with the events and the aftermath has left untold repercussions. Miyagi is trying to lift itself off it's knees and keep hold of some of it's fleeing population. Trust in the government has faltered and the sense of loss is deep.

I am sorry that I could not find the words to talk you through this post. I cannot imagine how quickly and drastically life has changed for the once residents of Miyagi. I cannot begin to understand how they must feel or how they will begin to rebuild their lives. I do know that these are resilient and strong people and they will find a way. Our hearts are with them everyday.

Hari, we are so so so proud of you, even though we are rubbish at saying it.
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9.9.11

[ハリノハナビ] Hari's Hanabi


"Hanabi" is the Japanese word for fireworks.

This August, while I thought Hari was at Heathrow returning from his trip to Japan, he was actually at a firework display in Atami, and STILL in Japan.

His photos are brilliant and he let me share them with you:










I do hope that you enjoy this perspective from the House of Worshipblues' newest contributor.

I have been hunting down camera handy folk with unique mindsets and engaging attitudes to bring you some new views. I seek to provoke your inspiration bones.

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6.9.11

Meet Hari



Please welcome my new contributor! I have some truly interesting posts coming this way very soon.

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