Category Archives: cityscape

Different windows different views

Every time we move to a new country I have to obviously find a new apartment to live in. I like living in apartments, I’m not a big house kinda girl. For me one of the most important things is that I have one window with a view of space. It doesn’t have to be…

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Whitby by the sea

Strange photo to choose for the opening shot I know but this is the building I will remember the most from Whitby. Firstly I am always happy to find a book shop but this one has so much character that there are illustrations of it. The stairs leading up to the second floor feel like…

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A quick trip to Singapore

I have wanted to go to Singapore for awhile now, I have met many people while living in Tokyo who used to live in Singapore and they all loved it! I had to go and see for myself why. I wasn’t disappointed, the place is great it is such a melting pot of cultures, colour,…

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China Town | Nagasaki | Japan

Nagasaki is a cool city. It has a lot of character, probably due to its history of being a trading port. It was freezing when we were there and we stayed in a very old traditional Ryokan and there was 2 little rooms in it only one of which had a heater which was off…

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Huis Ten Bosch | Sasebo | Nagasaki | Japan

I have never been to Holland, I would love to see it one day and I have a feeling that I would really like it. Growing up in South Africa that had a lot of influence from the Dutch may be part of it as well as all the great photographs I see of it…

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Sensoji

The kids are back at school which means I get a few hours once a week where I can go and play with the camera. As soon as they went back I headed off to Sensoji Temple in Asakusa which is one of my favourites, its not just the shrine that I like but the…

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the sky tree and the golden poo

I have heard this thing called the golden carrot too but the golden poo just stuck with me. Taken from a bridge in Asakusa. You wouldn’t know from the gorgeous blue sky that it is in fact winter and cold. I love winter in Japan you get a lot of clear blue sky days and although…

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o’daiba sunset

O’daiba is one of those places in Tokyo that actually feels like it has space to breath.

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