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I’d like to thank everyone for their kind comments regarding the photo of the Japanese lanterns I posted as part of last week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge. That picture really takes me back to my awesome trip to Japan back … Continue reading
There’s plenty of light at night time in Tokyo, whether it’s as simple as the lanterns above, or as big as the Shinjuku street scene below.
Japan offers no shortage of cool things made of stone or stone-like substances … both large and small! To check out more rocks, roll on over to Ailsa’s Travel Theme, y’all!
Everything takes on an orange hue when photographed in a dense row of torii gates at Kyoto’s Fushimi-Inari shrine.
I’m not an architect, and I don’t play one on TV, but I’m really into cool architecture. I’m always amazed when someone’s vision comes to life on such a grand scale. It doesn’t matter to me if it’s a minimalist, … Continue reading
Sometimes it pays to look up … you never know what you might see! Things are looking up with Ailsa’s Travel Theme at Where’s My Backpack, so check it out, y’all!
Hi everybody … and if I haven’t said so already … Happy New Year! I’ve been a little slow out of the gate as we march boldly into 2013, and maybe that because the prospect of facing a full year … Continue reading
Glass makes a marvelous reflective surface, as evidenced in these buildings in various parts of Tokyo. It’s like they’re giving a glimpse into another world. They’re breaking glass at Ailsa’s Travel Theme, so check it out!
The mirror’s reflection shows sushi chefs hard at work in a Tokyo restaurant. So much sushi … so little time!
Naoto Hattori was born in 1975 in Yokohama, Japan. Raised as a child in the Japanese traditional arts and culture, he plunged into modern pop culture as a teenager, becoming enthralled in board sports like surfing and skateboarding, street art … Continue reading