Category Archives: story behind the image

update Nov 2016

Yes, you may or may not have noticed that this blog has a habit of getting covered in cobwebs lol! I have a whole heap of photographs to share and I will eventually get to that. (Although not many of the kids as my son has banned me from sharing his online – yep I…

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Milford Sound | New Zealand

Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound, two amazing places that I am forever grateful to have seen. I wouldn’t be able to choose between the two as they are both good in their own ways. I would go back to both given the choice and I would probably stay longer and just sit and soak it…

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a lesson learnt…

So I do really need to start showing some photos from New Zealand. I have a little story to tell though as I learnt a really good lesson while I was in NZ. On Christmas day I unfortunately dropped my main lens, my workhouse lens, my go to lens and it broke. Not great. I…

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A good view…

I almost missed my #NaPhoPoMo challenge today! Shame on me!  So today I’m sharing one of my favourite views from my weekend in Kamikochi. I walked down here at 6:30am, everything was covered in frost and I was breathing out steam. Even the river was steaming and just looked so beautiful and clear.  In Japan…

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Mount Aso ash…

By the time I got back in the car my feet were grey, my shoes a mess, my camera happy. This is the area close to Mount Aso in Kyushu that you are currently allowed to walk in. In September this volcano erupted unexpectedly, luckily no one was harmed but now there is a 2km…

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A small stop in Narai-juku

   Narai-juku, one of the stops along the old Nakasendō, which was the old mountain route from Edo (Tokyo) to Kyoto. It’s around 534km long. This little village is perfectly preserved and lovingly looked after. It’s a small town with a really good little place to stay overnight (the first building on the left hand…

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Hello my name is Cassandra and I am a Artifact Uprising addict.

. Looking back now I wish my addiction had started earlier. All those pictures stuck on my hard drives or stored away safely online are gathering virtual dust, I never visit them. However my books, they live in the lounge, all of us can look at them whenever we please and they make me smile….

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what I choose

. There is something I need to get off my chest. I have struggled with my website/blog for a while now. I have often thought about closing it, but that isn’t going to happen. I love my blog, its my little space. During my journey with photography I have learn’t many things. I started out…

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