Category Archives: Gunma Prefecture

Autumn On Lake Haruna || Lightroom Only

A couple of weeks ago I took a visit to Lake Haruna in Gunma Prefecture with my friend Anthony Wood. We were shown around by an older gentleman who is a friend through church – he grew up in the area, so he knows a lot of the best places to photograph. It’s always nice...

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    Autumn Beneath The Meganebashi Bridge

    After a day  in Kawaguchiko and another day in Karuizawa, fellow photographer Anthony Wood and I found ourselves traveling along the mountain roads of Gunma Prefecture. The area was remarkably similar to some of my favorite places in the US, and with the autumn colors going strong, it was hard not to stop every half...

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      An Autumn Creek in Japan

      There are certain places in Japan that are truly unique to Japan – you can’t find them anywhere else. There are other places that actually remind me a good bit of home. This little spot fellow photographer Anthony Wood and I found in Gunma early last month is an example of the latter. Particularly, it...

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      Colorful Autumn Road in Japan

      There’s really nothing quite like driving down a country road in the autumn. This particular country road is in Gunma Prefecture, Japan. When I saw this scene I knew I wanted to capture it, but there were cars continuing to come, so it took me a few times of running out, snapping, and running back...

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        Sunset on Usui Lake

        The last stop on my most recent photography trip ended up being a lovely little lake in Gunma Prefecture called Usui Lake. It was really the perfect ending to the whole trip; the lake was calm and quiet, the autumn leaves and sunset were both vibrant, and there was plenty of time to take in...

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