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Movement of Shiraito Falls

Today’s photo comes from the lovely Shiraito Falls in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. I posted several photos from this waterfall several months ago, but I had a lot of work to do on this one before it would be ready for sharing. The main reason it took so much processing is that I didn’t expose for...

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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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    Shiraito Falls

    In May I took a trip down to Shizuoka Prefecture for a meeting, and anytime I travel I can’t help but hope to use the chance to also take some photos! Thankfully, the meeting ended in the early afternoon which left me just enough time to take a short trip to Shiraito Falls. This lovely...

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    Otodome Falls

    A couple of weeks back I had a meeting down in Shizuoka Prefecture. After the meeting I took the opportunity to stop by Otodome and Shiraito Falls. I mostly focused on Shiraito, and I’ll be sharing those photos in the near future, but I thought I’d share this one as a kind of foretaste. Actually,...

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      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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