Nature has existed for many years, even before human existence. It is the only supply element for all life in the world. While giving us our life, nature is also brilliant for creating strange landscapes.
Yuichi Yokota is a photographer and a nature lover who captured those strange things made by nature. Yokota is talented and a professional photographer who lives in Japan. Because of that, Yokota is an internationally recognized photographer, and he works with leading companies like SONY, Apple, Google, and many more clients. Below this article, you can see a set of his photos that he recently released about an ancient forest about thousands of years old.
So, this ancient forest is located in Japan, and it calls ‘Shiratani Unsuikiyo.’ As a collection of cider trees aged around 7000 years, this forest has become very exciting and unique.
In 1993, this forest’s importance and beauty made it a Natural World Heritage Site. The forest is a national park, and it is open to the public. Suppose you are in Japan or planning to visit Japan. In that case, this forest is situated on an island south of Kyushu, and don’t forget to hike among these ancient trees.
Another exciting fact to visit this forest is the famous anime movie “Princess Mononoke” by Studi Ghilbi was inspired by this forest.
Scroll down to see the photos of this ancient forest that have been captured by Yokota. Share your ideas about this forest and Yokota’s photography skills in the comment section below.
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