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Monkeys Looking at Things

Monkeys Looking at Things

This week we say farewell to Japan (for now) on Picture of the Week, and I wanted to end with a whimsical post... and what could be a more whimsical subject than monkeys? As I was planning my trip to Japan, one of the things I really wanted to see were the snow...

Odaiba Kaihin-Koen Park at Night

Odaiba Kaihin-Koen Park at Night

By all relevant metrics (population / GDP / etc), Tokyo is the largest "city" in the world.  I say "city", because Tokyo is technically not actually a city, but rather a metropolis, which is a collection of 23 city-like (meaning they have their own partial...

Reflection of Osaka Castle

Reflection of Osaka Castle

When I think about Japan, one of the things that stands out in my mind is its architecture, and more specifically, its ancient architecture.  While I was visiting, I wanted to capture something that just said "Japan" to me, and while Mount Fuji is unmistakably...

The Tō-ji Pagoda

The Tō-ji Pagoda

Prior to leaving for Japan, I asked my friends who had been there what all I should see, and what I should avoid.  Almost universally, people said 'avoid temple-fatigue' in Kyoto.  As it turns out, there are more temples in the Kyoto area than you'd ever want to...

The Splendor of Mount Fuji

The Splendor of Mount Fuji

Confession time!  Sometimes, I just have a hard time picking favorites.  This week is definitely one of those times.  I got a collection of images while in Japan that include Mount Fuji, and I just can't make up my mind which ones I like better than the others.  So,...

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For those that know us, it is no surprise that Holly and I love to travel. I caught the travel bug back in 2002, and after Holly and I met and married, she quickly followed suit. Here on the travel section of our site, you can follow along with our travels and possibly see where we’re headed next.

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