It sure gets dark quickly around here.
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A cinder block expressing its frustration.
One of the thousands of vending machines in Japan.
I’d hate to be bitten by this guy.
Street Photography — squared.
It’s sumo time!
’Round and ’round she goes.
Is it an older photo or a modern photo with older processing…?
No one quite knows why, but Audrey Hepburn is extremely popular in Japan, but… she is. Some say it’s because she had an elegant, modest style and a beauty that appealed to Japanese taste. Whatever the case may be, you will find her image everywhere in Japan, including graffiti.
The famous Shinkyō bridge in Nikkō. Shinkyō might be translated as Sacred Bridge, but I think most people tend to use the Japanese name. It is known as one of the three most beautiful bridges in Japan and is a World Heritage site.
Storm’s a coming!
Does iPhoneography equal more artsy photography?
A monochrome double exposure photo for your enjoyment today. What does this have to do with Japan? Well… It was taken in Japan. That counts for something, right?
Today: sake! Need I say more?
Today is Ōmisoka (大晦日), New Year’s Eve. This is a very important day on the Japanese calendar! Read on to find out the scoop about it. Continue Reading →