This is probably my last post about Japan. I wanted to finish this chapter all at once. Here and on Instagram. Today is going to be more about me than the trip itself. For that, I am more or less sorry.
I mean I had to have a reason for going to Japan right? As a photographer, I wanted to photograph Mount Fuji. It is an iconic landscape that not trying would be a waste of time. I also wanted to be in a place where I would feel how Japanese people used to live, and still do. For me, these small details made all the difference. Read More
Happy New Year Everyone.
Hope everything is well with you and that you are ready for what is up ahead.
For this first 2019 post, I want to give you some tips on how to get around in Japan. As always these tips are the ones that worked for me.
Before I start I been thinking that on my previous posts, mainly the ones from Thailand, you don’t want to know what I have done. I started to think of it on what I look for. Not what someone did but how they did it.
So let’s begin? Read More
Happy New Year friends. Hope 2018 will be an amazing year for you all.
With that out of the way is time to finish writing about my trip to Thailand. I will be writing today about Phi Phi island and latter about Bangkok.
There is not a lot to talk about Phi Phi Island. Is a touristic shit show. From all the places I went this was the one I liked the least. Too crowded, too noisy and not a lot to see. Read More
On my previous posts about New York, I mention several times that I wanted to do specific photos in specific places.
I know they are very cliché. That didn't stop me from doing them. My goal was to have two or three photos I could print, framed them and start conversations about it when I have friends at my home. Besides those places the ones, i enjoyed the most were taken on the streets.
None of them ended up as I intended them to be.
Without further a due Read More