Month: May 2017

Look Up… WAY Up (photo of the week)

In contrast to last week’s ruins, here’s a look at theĀ ultra modern side of Japan. This is the Abeno Harukas building in Osaka, said to be the tallest skyscraper in Japan. I shot this when I visited Osaka back in

Only Walls Remain (Photo of the Week)

Shot at the Azuki Castle ruins in January 2016.

Photo of the Week: Mountains

It’s no secret I’m in love with the mountains of Japan. Looking at this, how could anyone wonder why? (Taken from atop mount Sengatake in Mie prefecture, January 2016.)  

Prayer Letter for May 2017

Hi everyone, I’ll keep it short this month since I just sent out a full newsletter a couple weeks ago. If you missed that, please follow the link below to check it out: This is a holiday week in

Photo of the Week: Samurai & Sakura

A samurai statue under the shade of a Sakura (cherry blossom) tree. April 2017. This week’s photo is a bit of a change, as it was shot analogue, not digital, using my Holga toy camera. I like the unpredictability and