Komyoji

Even though the peak of the Autumn season had already passed in Kyoto, it was still possible to find some incredible places such as Komyoji (光明寺), where colours were ranging from green to yellow, orange and vivid red. When taking photos in Kyoto, the challenge is to get a clean shot without anyone in the ...

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As If You Were There

I love it when new technology comes in and allows reviving some old favourite photos. Most of the time, it's a new way of processing photos, the introduction of HDR, enhanced color management, etc. which are all nice but very subtle and usually only noticed by a trained eye. In this case, I came across ...

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Lost in Time

When wandering in the streets of Sannenzaka in Kyoto, it's easy to believe you've been projected back in time. The wooden houses and the tiles on the pavement, although renovated, are quite effective at making you expect crossing path with a samurai. If you are lucky, you might see a maiko-san (an apprentice geisha) furtively ...

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Stillwater

The sunrise was very dull that morning but the water was so still, it allowed Nijubashi, one of the most famous bridges in Japan, to reflect almost perfectly on the surface.

Delhi’s Misty Sunrise

It was only early March but the air was already heavy from the raindrop a few days before I arrived in India. The thickness and humidity did not seem to agree with the stone of Gurudwara Bangla Sahib's floor which was still icy cold and made each barefoot step more painful that morning. Yet, what ...

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