Category Archives: Floral

Tokyo Cosmos

You never know what you might find when you’re wandering around Tokyo. I found this lovely display of cosmos – a beautiful autumn flower – just across the street from Tokyo station a couple of weeks back. These are some of my favorite flowers, and they can be found in abundance throughout Japan this time...

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    A Lotus Flower In Ueno Park

    I stopped by Ueno Park the other night on my way home to take a few photos. I haven’t really been out to shoot in several weeks due to various issues (including Japan’s rainy season … blah!), so I wanted to get out and stretch my photo muscles a little bit. Although the flowers haven’t...

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      Floating Cherry Blossom Petals

      This Spring toward the end of cherry blossom season my family was out to pick up some dinner, and as we took a shortcut through a local shrine I saw these petals floating in a little basin that had filled with water. The lighting was working well, and I really liked the color and lines...

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        Kawazu Sakura in Macro

        Towards the end of March, just as the Sakura were beginning to blossom, I made an evening trip to Asakusa to see what I might find. As I was walking along the river, I could see some trees across the way that had blossomed quite fully already. These weren’t the typical Somei Yoshino kind you...

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          Blossoms Like Clouds

          One of the many things I love about Sakura is how there are so many different ways to look at and enjoy them. This shot comes from the same tree as in this picture from a few days back. That one was taken with a wide angle lens, while this was taken with my 85mm...

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