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Intimate Portrait of the Pemigewasset River

Everyone loves a great wide angle landscape and for good reason – this is how we see the world; it’s how we experience nature around us, wide and open with so much to take in. But there’s another way we experience the world, albeit more subtle, which is more intimate and detailed. We see individual...

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Carolina Fog

For the past week and a half (with another week and a half to go) my family has been in the US visiting family. It’s been 3 years since we last visited our homeland so it’s been really nice and as you might imagine I’ve been taking lots of photos here! Unfortunately my computer is...

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    A Bridge In The Woods Of Nagano

    I’ve tried to be more pointed in my photography throughout this year. That is to say, when I go someplace, I try to have a better idea of what I want to shoot, rather than just wandering around aimlessly shooting anything and everything. That’s not to say there’s anything wrong with shooting like that, but...

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      Lake Motosuko and The Milkyway

      During a camping trip with my family and mother-in-law to Lake Motosuko, one of my goals was to try some astrophotography. I’ve shot a lot of nature here on earth, but not much focused on space, so it seemed like a great opportunity to do just that. I headed out very early in the morning...

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      Ryugaeshi Falls

      This past week I was able to take part in a church retreat in Nagano Prefecture, which was great in and of itself! But since Nagano is a beautiful prefecture full of amazing natural scenery, I had to take advantage of the opportunity on my way home, which led to a visit to Ryugaeshi Falls...

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