Japan 2016
Japan 2016
Sapporo 2016
Sapporo 2016
Sapporo 2016
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Sapporo 2016
Japan 2016
Sapporo 2016
Leaving Grand Hirafu on our way to Sapporo we stopped at a truck stop and I snapped this. Hokkaidō, Japan 2016
居酒屋船長, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan 2016
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Hokkaidō, Japan 2016
Hirafu 2016
Niseko, Japan 2016
National Foundation Day, Yoyogi Park Tokyo 2016
National Foundation Day, Yoyogi Park, Tokyo 2016
Tokyo 2016
Tokyo 2016
That's Namie in the picture. She works at the Imano Hostel in Shinjuku and I got to know her and a lot of the staff at this awesome little hostel. The friendliest crew of people. I found out recently that Namie is an illustrator, and a fine one at that. You can check her work out on instagram: nanchan830 Tokyo 2016
Nagano, Japan 2016
Jigokudani Monkey Park, 2016
Jigokudani Monkey Park, 2016
Sapporo 2016
Another shot taken with my iPhone6s and edited in Adobe LR. Japan 2016
Japan 2016
Tokyo 2016
Tokyo 2016
A common sight on the Tokyo Metro. Every station has a particular tune which plays so people know when to get off. Tokyo 2016
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Tokyo Metro 2016
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Kyoto 2016
Waiting. Tokyo 2016
"Lost opportunities, lost possibilities, feelings we can never get back. That's part of what it means to be alive. But inside our heads - at least that's where I imagine it - there's a little room where we store those memories. A room like the stacks in this library. And to understand the workings of our own heart we have to keep on making new reference cards. We have to dust things off every once in awhile, let in fresh air, change the water in the flower vases. In other words, you'll live forever in your own private library." - Haruki Murakami Tokyo Metro 2016
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Tokyo 2016
Even though Tokyo is so densely populated and busy it still retains a level of intimacy with the tiny bars and restaurants scattered all around the city. This was shot in Shibuya, just two minutes from the iconic (and incredibly busy) Shibuya crossing. I was introduced to this little area by Ioan who has lived in Japan for two years, I might have otherwise missed it, even though it is so close to one of the busiest tourist spots in Tokyo. I found wee places like this all over Japan, they are so small it's almost impossible to not get chatting with people. Tokyo 2016
Tokyo 2016
Crate digging. I found this shot from my first night in Tokyo where I stumbled into Champion Karaoke bar, had a wee sing and met a few locals. Tokyo 2016
Day 1 in Japan.
This was one of the first photos I shot in Japan using my iPhone6s. I have just arrived and i'm heading to collect my baggage. I was wanting to get a shot of the impressive looking floor design and I had been wanting to use my iPhone6s a bit more to test out the camera. This is the first iPhone photo I have edited using lightroom. I had a wander round the airport on the last day of my trip to Japan and shot a few using my Nikon. I'll post them at some point. Japan 2016
Melbourne Airport 2016