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An old-timey scene… if you ignore the cyclist nearly hidden by the trees ;P
This was taken at #Kurashiki #Okayama sometime last year. It’s a nice town, if a little touristy, and a pleasant spot to walk around both in the day and at night (where you’ll bump into plenty of other photographers). #Japan #Travel #Historical #Bridge #Reflections


Wooden Ice Breakers near Charles Bridge, Prague

I'm sure these ice breakers and their reflection in the water have been photographed hundreds of times because they are quite eye-catching.  I took a bunch from many different angles – not sure if I'll post the others, perhaps in the future 😛

#Prague   #czechrepublic   #Icebreaker   #reflections  ?


Lines in the clouds


Mirror vision

I posted an image of a butterfly a little while back – this was taken right after the butterfly fluttered off.  In fact, if you look really carefully, you can see him/her on the ground.  🙂

Settings: D800E / 24mm / f8 / ISO250 / 1/80s / -0.3ev

#Tokyo   #Reflections   #Clouds  ?

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Ducks in a Row

Not sure how well this photo works.  I feel that there's a lot of distraction from too many elements in the image.. but I went ahead and processed/uploaded because I liked the ducks.  😛

And yes, it's another from the #Gplus2YearAnniversary  photowalk!

So, time to go off to work, have you made sure you've got all your ducks in a row for today?  😉

(for non-native English speakers, here's an explanation of that phrase: http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/get+ducks+in+a+row

Settings: D800E / 105mm / ISO100 / f4 / -0.3EV / 1/250s

#Tokyo   #Japan   #Ducks   #Nature   #Reflections  ?

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Despite the early hour on a weekend (8AM on Saturday actually), some people still have to go work.  Luckily not me (at least not this particular weekend); instead I spent the day shooting Shinjuku with +andrew holian – much more fun!  

There are loads of reflective surfaces in Tokyo, and this was taken at the entrance of a subway station, with the camera pushed up against the wall.  The tree was what initially caught my eye, but I waited until someone also walked by to add the human element that makes street images more interesting.


Going against the flow in #shinjuku , #Japan (also featuring #rainyday #reflections ! 😛