Tag Archives: 2015

far away looking far away

Ready to see a bit of New Zealand (aka photographers paradise)

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It’s almost Christmas!

As the end of the month of November has started to appear I have to admit my #NaPhoPoMo challenge failure, however I also have to point out that I have blogged more this month than ever before so it wasn’t all bad! Today is the 25th of November, which means we have just one more month…

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three little monkeys…

Toshogu Shrine | Nikko | Japan

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A taste of Nikko…

So apparently I am unable to keep up with my #NaPhoPoMo challenge while travelling! Never mind, I have to make an exception for that and just make up for it now. After all travelling with kids (especially when one of them is potty training) does mean you have your hands pretty full. We travelled to…

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A taste of Kamikochi…

Today I start Xanthe Berkeley’s time capsule workshop, I was thrilled to find this workshop as I really think its a creative push which I need and will grow from and thoroughly enjoy. Below is one of my recent 15 second Instagram mini time capsules, it’s only the second one that I have ever made,…

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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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Narai-juku details…

I could have filled a memory card!                     

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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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