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G+ Mt. Fuji Photowalk – image set #6

Was hoping to get all the rest of the Fuji photos uploaded, but still ran out of time – this weekend for sure I'll finish them all and stop with all the Mt. Fuji shots!

In the meantime, gotta rush to work, have a good day (for those in my timezone, TGIF!)

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G+ Mt. Fuji Photowalk – image set #5

I had to take of some work-related duties this morning so I didn't have a chance to work much on my photos, hence only these 2 images in this "set".

Gotta run to the office, so ciao for now!

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In album 2012 G+ Fuji Photowalk (2 photos)

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G+ Mt. Fuji Photowalk – image set #4

I need to rush to work, so just adding a few more shots to the #2012fujiphotowalk   album today.  I'm almost done – maybe another set (two at most) and I'll stop with all the Fuji posts!  😉

Have a good day ya'll!

In album 2012 G+ Fuji Photowalk (4 photos)

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Before continuing to work on more Mt

Fuji shots, I thought I'd upload a few more shots to my model album.  Here you see Azusa doing, amongst other cool poses, her awesome breakdance routine.  ;-)I'm trying to think of ways to try and create a backdrop setup for my apartment.  It would come in handy for days when the weather is not cooperating, or when I just want to play with seamless white/black backgrounds.  Anyone have tips on creating a collapsible backdrop?  (collapsible because I can't be drilling holes into the walls of my apartment of my small Japanese-size apartment)Have a good day ya'll!

In album Model shoots (4 photos)

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I quite enjoyed +David Ventura 's last exhibit and definitely plan to check…

I quite enjoyed +David Ventura 's last exhibit and definitely plan to check this one out as well – if you're in the Tokyo area, do drop by!  

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My photographer page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/singlelenssoul/
Facebook event for the page:https://www.facebook.com/events/375174262556354/
My home site: http://ichigoichie.org/

Location: Art Space Masuo, Ikenoue
Hours: Weekdays 3:00-8:00pm, Sat/Sun 12:00-21:00pm. Entry is free.
Access: 1 minute from Inokashira Line Ikenoue, 7 minutes from Odakyu Shimokitazawa
http://homepage2.nifty.com/masuotei/map.htm

I have been experimenting with ideas on how to represent an intimate side of people in my photographs, and recently I came to the idea of people in bathtubs. In Japan, the daily bath is a very important concept that sits deep in the public conscience as a requirement for health and happiness. Many Japanese religiously bathe every night before they go to bed. The immersion in very hot water up to the neck is particularly important, even though most homes have very small basins for washing.

The water is hot, and clean. Before entering the bath it is customary to wash the body with a shower head and soap, removing all of the sweat and oil from a day's work. Immersed in the tub, we are exceptionally naked, all of the toil scrubbed away; perhaps only a lingering film of fatigue masks the raw soul.

The bathroom is a private space, reserved for the family, and a place for releasing the stresses of the day. This special place says a lot about a person, and in photographing it I hope to convey this. The naked body immersed in hot water builds on the concept, and I hope that these portraits will share some of the raw experiences that many people purge themselves of in the daily bath.

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My photographer page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/singlelenssoul/
Facebook event for the page:https://www.facebook.com/events/375174262556354/
My home site: http://ichigoichie.org/

Location: Art Space Masuo, Ikenoue
Hours: Weekdays 3:00-8:00pm, Sat/Sun 12:00-21:00pm. Entry is free.
Access: 1 minute from Inokashira Line Ikenoue, 7 minutes from Odakyu Shimokitazawa
http://homepage2.nifty.com/masuotei/map.htm

I have been experimenting with ideas on how to represent an intimate side of people in my photographs, and recently I came to the idea of people in bathtubs. In Japan, the daily bath is a very important concept that sits deep in the public conscience as a requirement for health and happiness. Many Japanese religiously bathe every night before they go to bed. The immersion in very hot water up to the neck is particularly important, even though most homes have very small basins for washing.

The water is hot, and clean. Before entering the bath it is customary to wash the body with a shower head and soap, removing all of the sweat and oil from a day's work. Immersed in the tub, we are exceptionally naked, all of the toil scrubbed away; perhaps only a lingering film of fatigue masks the raw soul.

The bathroom is a private space, reserved for the family, and a place for releasing the stresses of the day. This special place says a lot about a person, and in photographing it I hope to convey this. The naked body immersed in hot water builds on the concept, and I hope that these portraits will share some of the raw experiences that many people purge themselves of in the daily bath.

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