Tag Archives: documentary travel photographer

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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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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Panos and the Fuji x100s

I have had this little Fuji x100s for around 2 years now and I do love it, to be honest I have had my fights with it, but I still love it and for everyday going around normal life its a gem. The focus isn’t fast enough for photographing kids and I often miss shots…

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Hakodate | Aomori | Japan

Our last trip of 2016 and the last prefecture of Japan that my husband had left to see, that’s right he has now been to all 47 out of 47 prefectures. Pretty cool hey! Myself and the kids are still 6 prefectures away but we’ll get there. Anyway, we were expecting a little bit of…

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