For anyone interested in the work of Daido Moriyama and/or Nobuyoshi Araki, there is a short, yet very interesting interview of the two at the following address: http://www.onoci.net/cartier_3110/moriyama/araki_uk.php# The interview is interesting in the way they relate to each other also. They are giants (not yet dinosaurs) in the history of Japanese photography and they seem to communicate quite directly with one another - no formalities here. Of particular interest is their thoughts on photography and violence at the end. These comments are difficult to even start thinking through - yet reveal a particular aspect of what many call the "shock" value of their photography (in there own respective ways of course - these two are not of the same taste in their photography). You may (probably will) find their comments disturbing, but I would be interested in hearing your thoughts.