New Search

If you are not happy with the results below please do another search

Archive for category: Blog

3

Is Japan on your bucket list?

Japan – Winter Paradise Japan in winter is a photographer’s paradise. Nowhere else can you get such great subject matter for artistic photographs that make for brilliant art work to decorate your house. Imagine white dancing cranes in fresh snow; giant Steller’s sea eagles fighting over fish on snow-covered banks; or elegant whooper swans covered […]

6

Japanese Monkey Business

When we left Hokkaido, we flew south again to Honshu, Japan’s main island. We immediately were picked up by our chartered van and we drove almost four hours north to the Japanese Alps. We spent the next four nights in a traditional wooden Japanese Guest House dating back to the early-1800’s when the Samurai warriors […]

7

It’s Wild in Japan!

My last blog left off with the magnificent Steller’s sea eagles day. We had so much fun that we went back again for more Steller’s sea eagle action. They are so powerful and so fast, that you just shoot and shoot to get a better image than your last. It is a lot of fun […]

8

Winter in Japan

Like I posted on Facebook, I came on this trip with no little amount of trepidation. I had heard it was overly photographed, and stuffed full with photographers. I was in some small part dreading this because we typically go to places where we are alone. So here we go! So for me personally, Japan […]

9

Breakfast with a Long Neck

Having breakfast with giraffes can be slightly intrusive if you haven’t had your first cup of coffee yet. Our Kenya safari started off at Giraffe Manor just two weeks ago. Endangered Rothchild giraffes pushed their way in and over our heads while we were eating our fresh fruit and omelets. We didn’t actually mind…errrr…at least […]