Harumichi Saito’s long-awaited sequel “Kando,” is finally here.

“Kando,” (Japanese for “deeply moving”) collects moments from life both extraordinary and everyday, taken with an appreciation for momentary beauty and the remarkable talent to let each single image breathe and tell its own little story. Saito photographs waterdrops on flower petals with as much devotion as he captures a newborn staring at glistening sunbeams; in his clear and vivid images, an old chair found in the woods radiates with beauty and fascination and seemingly ordinary portraits of strangers reveal a touching noteworthiness.