Osaka Castle, Osaka, Japan
I just returned from a 12 day trip to Japan. I have been to a lot of amazing places in the world, but hands down, this trip photographically was a dream come true. I visited Osaka, Nara and Kyoto. These are some of the oldest places in Japan. The city of Kyoto alone has 17 UN heritage sites. I am still in awe of the things I saw. So be prepared for some photos ;) I hope they can transport a little bit the beauty I have witnessed. Defiantly I will come back.
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I am so excited. We will travel for the first time to Japan next week. I am so looking forward to photography Kyoto, especially at night. Anybody has some inside tips for places to photography away from the usual tourist track ?
If you are in the neighborhood, I would love to meet and shoot together.
This is the auditorium on the 77th floor or the Taipei 101. Hands down this is the classroom with the best view in the world ;)
If one day would decide to do a Nightphotography workshop, this would be the room. No need to step out of class, just turn the lights off !
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..... otherwise blurry pictures could not be the only problems you have
for all my friends, who still await the flowers to come back.
This is not from the archives, but shot two days ago. There is hope my friends ;)
I need some help here. The Taipei 101 is hosting a photography competition. I want to enter 1 to 2 photos, but what should I contribute for a tower that has been photographed to "death" ??
I put up these photos, both the "cliche" shot, as well as some of my favorites which do not necessarily put the 101 in the middle of the photo.
Which one should I submit ?
Please go out and like your favorite 2 photos. Please do NOT like everything. Although I appreciate you are are liking my photos, we need to find a winner here ;)
Thanks for taking the time
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Only with gun violence do we respond to repeated tragedies by saying that mourning is acceptable but discussing how to prevent more tragedies is not. “Too soon,” howl supporters of loose gun laws. But as others have observed, talking about how to stop mass shootings in the aftermath of a string of mass shootings isn’t “too soon.” It’s much too late.....
Ezra Klein, Washington Post
I just wonder what the reaction would have been if the killer, although his family would be American citizens for generations, happened to be of Muslim belief.
The probable answer makes me sick to my stomach, as does reading some of the comments !
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