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Shoot For The Moon

“Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” This is a photo I took in Choshi earlier this year. As the day came to an end, Anthony Wood and I found ourselves on the rocky Japanese coast line, with this lighthouse beaming a light through the night sky. It was...

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    Atami Nights

    This is another photo from my recent trip through Atami in Shizuoka Prefecture. As I mentioned in a previous post, I got there a bit later than I would have liked, so I ended up taking some shots I hadn’t really planned on in an effort o maximize my time. Sometimes you just have to...

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      Chapel at Karuizawa Kogen Church

      One of the places high on my list to visit and shoot during my recent trip to Karuizawa was the Karuizawa Kogen Church. As a Christian myself, I have a keen interest in the few Christian locations that exist around Japan, and as a photographer, I love to shoot them whenever possible. This particular visit...

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      October 2014 Lunar Eclipse

      Tonight we got a special treat in Japan, as we were able to see a full eclipse of the moon. Thought I’d share a quick photo I took this evening. Unfortunately the biggest lens I currently have is an 85mm full frame lens, and even using DX mode on my camera I had to crop...

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        Blue Evening Over Chiba City

        I mentioned in my last post that my daughter and I recently took a visit to the Chiba Port Tower in Chiba City. This tower is very interesting and quite unique. At 125 meters tall (over 400 feet) this tower would normally be around 40 stories, but it actually only has 4 floors. The first...

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