Tag Archives: contrasts

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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a red spot

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autumn contrasts

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Mazu Miao Temple

I will, to be honest, find any excuse to go to China Town in Yokohama. I know it’s not exactly just around the corner, but even a little craving for some chinese dumplings will drag me all the way over there and then I have an opportunity to go to Mazu Miao temple yet again….

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Nezu-Jingu | Tokyo | Japan

I made one of those unforgivable, utterly stupid photography mistakes yesterday, I got to Nezu Shrine took out my camera and suddenly realised that I was almost out of battery. I dived into my backpack got out the spare one and realised that that one was already dead! So I managed to get 10 images…

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playing

. I have lovely strong light in the far end of my apartment every afternoon, I often forget it because I am always the other side in the lounge, but every now and again I remember and I can spend ages just playing with light and contrast. Its therapy what can I say lol! I…

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#havekidswilltravel – part 1

. I have always travelled, it has been a part of my life since I was four years old. I am a lot like what many people nowadays call a third culture kid, except I am all grown up. When I had my own kids we were living in Spain. I always knew that we…

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