Monthly Archives: December 2010

Beyond Blue

Sometimes an HDR image can almost form in your mind before you take it. Other times, you can get surprised by the results of what might be expected to be a normal boring photo. On this occasion, I was actually … Continue reading

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Kyoto Skyline

I had a few moments to spare when visiting Kyoto recently and decided to take the elevator ride up the 100 meter tall Kyoto Tower for a few sunset pictures. I didn’t have a tripod with me and a lot … Continue reading

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Tokyo Bay Blocks

Underneath Tokyo Bay, linking Tokyo to the peninsula of Chiba, is the AquaLine. It is half tunnel and half low lying bridge. In the middle of the AquaLine where the transition from bridge to tunnel takes place is a large … Continue reading

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Light on Glass

The eye is able to catch many of the fine light details when we look around us. We see the shades of dark as well as the reflections of light. Often with a camera it is difficult to capture these … Continue reading

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A walk past the local Shrine

This was more of a snapshot than a planned photo. I was walking past this local Shrine on my way to take some photos of the many cafes in Daikanyama, when my mind starting wondering what the brickwork and wood … Continue reading

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Yokohama Port Tower

There are so many great scenes of Yokohama, but my favorite area to visit is Yamashita Koen. On a weekend there are many people walking in the park enjoying the deep blue colors of the port, the light blue of … Continue reading

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Art in Yokohama

I have visited Yokohama a number of times and each time seem to gravitate towards a regular course of Yamashita Koen, Minato no mieru koen, China Town and then the Minato Mirai area. The Ferris Wheel at Minato Mirai seems … Continue reading

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