Photographer Dawid Rus turns his lens on the real-life inhabitants of Japan in his latest photo essay.

A reminder of the micro-nuances that surround us every day, the dream-like gallery couriers viewers through four cities: Tokyo, Osaka, Nara, and Kyoto, four different settings in which David was able to capture the many characteristic details that may often go overlooked when traveling to a new city.

The wonderfully haunting first-hand report includes many candid portraits snapped across the country's dense metropolises, revealing the "beautiful people" that live within, as Rus puts it.

Next, head to the Faroe Islands in Bobby Anwar's "Winter Breeze" photo set.

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