Category Archives: Nikko

Waterfall In The Woods

As I’ve often mentioned in various posts, one of the most important skills a photographer can have (in my opinion) is gathering multiple photos from a single scene or location. To me it makes the trip more worth while, but it also shows more of what it’s like to experience the sight itself. I’m guessing...

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    Ryuzu Falls

    My brother and I only got to spend one night in Nikko, so we tried to make the best of our time and see a lot of the lovely nature in the area. There are quite a few waterfalls throughout the Nikko area, although some are quite far away from the main town. Thankfully some...

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      Alone On Chuzenji

      This photo comes from Lake Chuzenji in Nikko. Obviously in this photo my goal was to share the calm atmosphere along the lake. Although I’m not much of a fisherman (at all, actually), I imagine sitting in that boat on the lake at that moment was incredibly relaxing. And while I think it certainly was...

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      • MikeHi Leslie, a great picture and a great story to go along with it. As a long time resident of japan I must admit that the wild monkeys can be a bit intimidating.ReplyCancel

      Sunset at Kegon Falls

      This week my brother is in town, so we took a short trip up to the town of Nikko together. Located in Tochigi Prefecture, Nikko is a fairly famous place in Japan. It has a lot of history behind it, with many old temples, although my brother and I went primarily for the purpose of...

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