This was the final night in Kyoto, Walking around the river and residential areas is nice and quiet and provide unique photo opportunities, like below. The area along the river is full of street vendors, I usually get a little nervous going to these, as they pretty much never have any english menus. TRAINS! One […]
Exploring Kyoto’s residential streets is like embarking on a real adventure. You’re not just following a guidebook; you’re actually getting lost in a maze of narrow lanes, with surprises around every corner. It’s about turning down unfamiliar streets, chatting with locals, and stumbling upon hidden treasures like tucked-away shrines or charming little cafes. This journey […]
While exploring the area around the Bamboo forest, I came across a temple. While I wish i took more photos, it was incredibly crowded and was not able to get any good views. The entire area was beautiful and came across random places like a grave yard and part of the Avalokitesvara Statue. Just next […]
Arashiyama Bamboo Grove in Kyoto is a realm of beauty, especially during the captivating fall season. As a photographer, I eagerly embraced the opportunity to capture the natural wonder of this place where towering bamboo and autumnal hues converge.
On day 2 of my Kyoto trip, I visited a lot of nature spots… In the heart of Kyoto’s fall glory lies Rankyo Gorge, a haven of captivating beauty. This natural wonder not only showcases the breathtaking autumn foliage but also cradles a meandering river that adds an extra layer of enchantment to the experience. […]
I returned to Japan for my second trip in late fall of last year (2023) The restrictions had just started to be lifted and I had immediately booked a flight as soon as soon as I heard the news Kyoto Day 1 Stepping out into the evening streets, I was immediately struck by the crowds […]