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Nanayo Falls at Mt Mitake

One of the main spots I wanted to hit on my hike around Mt. Mitake was Nanayo Falls. At a height of 50 meters it’s not a major waterfall by any stretch, but it’s still quite lovely and a nice resting spot for hikers along the way. That said, it’s also quite a climb down...

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    Autumn In New Hampshire

    Autumn has to be one of the world’s most beloved times of year, and for good reason; cooler temperatures and vibrant colors combine to make one of Earth’s most magical seasons. As an American, autumn is also special because it marks the beginning of our country’s most holiday filled period, with a major holiday taking...

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      Mt Mitake Rock Garden

      I think this may be my favorite photo from my recent hike around Mt. Mitake. It took me a while to get around to the best parts of the rock garden (ロックガーデン) as I spent a lot of time at Nanayo waterfall and other areas earlier on in the hike. As you might imagine, after...

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        Autumn On The Rocks

        Over the course of this year, I’ve been trying to transition my photographic work more into the realm of nature. Although I do many kinds of photography, ultimately this is where I’d like to focus, along with some travel photography as well. Of course, Tokyo isn’t exactly rife with nature, and not having a car...

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          Warmth of a Narita Autumn

          As I look forward to the coming autumn, I’ve been going through some of my old fall photos to practice and prepare my processing techniques. I’ve learned some different things since last season, so it’s interesting to go back to some old photos with a newer set of processing skills with which to approach each...

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