Category: Photo of the Week

Above it all (Photo of the Week)

December 2016. One tall tree stands out in the crowd, at the Iwamura Castle ruins.

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Photo of the Week: Stream in the Valley

August 2015, in Atera Valley, in the Kiso region of Nagano prefecture.

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Photo of the Week: My Pagoda

Azuchi Castle ruins, January 2016.

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Photo of the Week — Sapporo Night

Odori Park in Sapporo, Japan, August 2015.

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Photo of the Week : Tokyo Amusement

Somewhere in Tokyo, March 2015.

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Photo of the Week: Matsumoto Castle

May 1, 2017. Matsumoto Castle is one of the biggest and most interesting Japanese castles I’ve been to. Unfortunately it was a bit of a grey and raining day, but we made the best of it anyway.

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Photo of the Week: Tennoji

This week’s pic is of a very old-school neighbourhood, photographed in a very old-school way. Tennoji, Osaka, December 2016.

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Look Up… WAY Up (photo of the week)

In contrast to last week’s ruins, here’s a look at the 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

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Only Walls Remain (Photo of the Week)

Shot at the Azuki Castle ruins in January 2016.

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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.)  

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