Perspective | Traditional Japanese painting inspires these photographic landscapes

Motoko Sato became fascinated with nature from a young age, encouraged by her father, who was a botanical artist. A trained painter, she picked up a camera after her parents died, and she felt compelled to live in the moment. Her background in Japanese painting, which does not employ gradation, led to her stark black and white photographic style.


Corrections: A previous version of this article contained many errors and omitted context and allegations important to understanding two families’ stories. This version has been updated.

Black families once lived off their southern farmland. Their descendants are struggling to hold onto it.

July 23 Corrections: A previous version of this article contained many errors and omitted context and allegations important to understanding two families’ stories. This version has been updated. *‚ÄČThe first name of Emanuel Freeman Sr. was misspelled.


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