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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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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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Senso-Ji Temple | Peace and quiet

Every now and again I get this need to just jump in the car and go somewhere that satisfies my senses, this week I had just that day. I dropped everything else, jumped into the car and with the camera I headed off to Senso-ji Temple. Senso-ji is a favourite of mine, I can go…

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A walk around Zojo-ji Temple, making friends with my Fuji.

    This is a post for my fellow photographer, specifically the ones looking for a small alternative camera. I don’t normally write long blog posts (I don’t normally write at all do I lol) but I was having a head space photography issue the other day; partly because we just came back from summer…

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  • Thanks for the beautiful share, Cassie! I have the exact same mental block against my Fuji – you’ve inspired me to get back out there with it.ReplyCancel

    • imagesbycassandra

      Thank you Stacey! It makes my day that I might have inspired you to get back out with the fuji! That mental block is an awful pain in the butt 🙂ReplyCancel

the daily muse

“Every morning when we wake up, we have twenty-four brand new hours to live. What a precious gift.” – Thich Nhat Hanh

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the daily muse

“Wherever you live, you come to love it. ” – Japanese Proverb

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“To look up at the sky and down at the ground without shame” – Japanese Proverb

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