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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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    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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      Falling Of The Blossoms at Mizumoto Koen

      The 2014 Cherry Blossom season has come and gone around the Kanto region of Japan. It was great and I will have many photos to share over the coming weeks, but I did want to share this one I took in Mizumoto Park in Tokyo. This park is actually on the outskirts of Tokyo, and...

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        Cherry Blossom Street in Matsudo

        In my town here in Japan there’s a great little street known as sakura dori (Sakura Road) which is lined for probably 1 or 2 kilometers with Cherry Blossoms. They usually have a big festival on this road but last year the season came very early and unfortunately they weren’t able to do it. I...

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        • jennyIs that street in Matsudo?ReplyCancel

          • leslieYes it is 🙂 It’s near Tokiwadaira Station, although the road is rather long and can be accessed from multiple stations along the Shin-Keisei line.ReplyCancel