Posts tagged "travel"
Back from the honeymoon!

Back from the honeymoon!

My wife Toni and I were finally able to take the time for a proper honeymoon this last week… only two years late, at least we took one! So I guess it may not be technically what some would call an actual honeymoon, but it was exactly that for us. We took a road trip...
Snow on Mt. Oyama

Snow on Mt. Oyama

For a while now, I’d been wanting to take another hike in the nearby Tanzawa range, but having other things to do and not having a hiking buddy available kept getting in the way. Luckily, my friend Nicole had a friend, Pat, visiting from the States and my usual hiking partner (when Toni’s out of...
Todoroki Ravine - Tokyo

Todoroki Ravine – Tokyo

I went on a photo walk this past weekend with my friend and in his capacity that day, teacher, Alfie Goodrich (of Japanorama.co.uk). There were a couple other students on the walk as well and we all had a great time capturing the changing leaves in a lovely wooded ravine in Todoroki, Tokyo. Alfie is...
Guam Sunset

Guam Sunset

Recently, I had the pleasure of spending a week and a half in Guam while my lovely wife Toni was passing through on business. It’s kinda funny to fly from Japan to an American Territory and find the two very similar in lots of ways. In Tumon Bay where we stayed, the scenery was that...
Views of Fuji-san

Views of Fuji-san

One of my favorite subjects anywhere to shoot is mountains. Here in Japan, we have no shortage of the things and a great deal of them have that lovely, classic volcano look to them. Especially when they stand alone as Fuji-san does. It’s the most famous, tallest and most holy mountain in all of Japan...
Imagining Singapore

Imagining Singapore

Singpore is a fascinating place. The government, the people, the food all combine to make a wonderfully unique experience. In tinkering with the images I captured there, I was playing with some new software and found myself intrigued with this photo set of the gate at Fort Canning. The original group of exposures were way...
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