Japan is a country famed for it’s beautiful flower blossoms during spring, you just have to look at it’s cherry blossoms to know that, but each year there’s also an equally beautiful and surreal phenomenon that see’s Japans Hitachi Seaside Park in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, blanketed in a sea of more than 4.5 million Nemophila flowers.
On a recent trip to the fields photographer Japanese photographer Hidenobu Suzuki took these incredible photos. In his National Geographic profile Hidenobu describes his own work as “Japanese paintings,” a statement that becomes clear when you take a look at these stunning photos. You can see a lot more of Suzuki’s beautiful photos over on his National Geographic profile.
Hidenobu also visited the fields of Shibazakura, an equally beautiful spot that’s covered in vibrant pink flowers and home to the Fuji Shibazakura Festival.