Tag Archive: Travel Photography

Just My Travel Notes: Things to see in Tokyo: Meiji Jingu (Meiji Shrine)

The Meiji Jingu is a Shinto Shrine dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. The shrine was established in 1920 and covers an area of around 240 acres.

Visiting Japan: Just a few tips

Essential Travel Tips for Japan. From the first look Japan might seem intimidating and difficult to navigate as a tourist. Don’t be afraid jump right in and get amongst it.

Japan Holiday: Tokyo (Arrivals)

First day of our trip to Japan. Arriving at Narita Airport and then our first night in Shinjuku

Weekly Photography Challenge: Surprise in Kyoto Japan

Surprise! Travel Photography! Weekly Photo Challenge

Welcome to Japan

Introducing our notes from Japan. An amazing country with contrasts everywhere you look. A place that captured my imagination and has been pulling me back ever since.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur

Life is but a blur Great words – don’t know who said them but they are very true.  How often do you find yourself sitting back looking at old photos wondering where all… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Ephemeral

Henri Cartier-Bresson wrote “There is a creative fraction of a second when you are taking a picture. Your eye must see a composition or an expression that life itself offers you, and you… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Walls

It has been a few weeks since I posted one of the Weekly Photo Challenges from The Daily Post so I thought I had better get back onto that horse.  Sorry life has been getting… Continue reading

Bali 2014: Day Thirteen – Distinction Team Party Day

Wednesday 19 November 2014: Today was a little different to our normal pattern – we were excited to be meeting up again with our good friend Fredy from Drivers with Distinction.  Over the… Continue reading

Bali 2014: Day Twelve – Back to Sanur

Tuesday 18 November 2014: We awoke to our last morning in Ubud.  As is always the case always mixed emotions – sadness at having to leave Ubud but excitement at heading back to… Continue reading