The arctic wilderness is filled with unique atmosphere.
Far far away, mountains and valleys extend, the perfect silence conveys infinity.
For sure, there is a lot of several sounds in the nature.
At a rapid, water current hits rocks, is mixed up with air, then give off roaring sound.
When grizzlies bump each other in order to scramble salmon, Dull sound sinks to the creek.
The roar makes the air nervous surprisingly far.
Still any kinds of sound fade into the silence which dominates wilderness.
Lonliness, aloneness, or eternity.
Wildlife lives in such a tranquil world.
In far north wilderness, Silence fills the atmosphere. Grizzlies are crushing salmon with bones in a splashing water fall. Dark cloud drops dozens of thunderbolts all over the vast hills, and everybody can not help closing their ears to the sound which rain beats tents. Nevertheless, I feel I am in the silence.
If I could see emotions out of wildlife, it would be really impressive. If scenery would show its meaning, what would it speak to me? I have been always photographing, dreaming like those things. Then I realized that I had tried to find my emotions out of them.(2015-09-01)