A series of walks. Topographic explorations with a camera. A photographic record. A type of cartography.
Chatan — the town in Okinawa I currently call home — has among its neighborhoods six coastal districts, each with its own character, that border a total of some ten kilometers of the island’s central west coast.
Early spring, I went on a series of walks along the coast, starting in Kitamae in the south and ending in Chatan’s northmost district, Sunabe. I took my camera.