I found this garden entrance somewhere in Kyoto, Japan. Anyone knows where exactly?
I shot this image in Japan, after a long trail up the mountains. Where does the entrance lead to?
Digital post-processing and special analog lenses were used. Thanks to Adobe Photoshop. #nofilter
Since I was a little child, I wanted to see and photograph mt. fuji from this point! It is probably the most iconic pagoda in japan.
Japanese Crow in Tokyo. It said “caa-haa-caa”, which roughly translates as “I am 142 years old!”. But I didn’t believe it, so I just took a picture without its consent.
I shot this beauty at the foot of mount fuji and the view is only a few steps away from the ryokan. Lake Kawaguchi is now part of the World Heritage List!
I took this panorama of mount Fuji from the lake Kawaguchi. It was a spectacular view I would recommend anyone to experience.
The lake is part of Fujigoko (Fuji Five Lakes). Did you know that this vulcano is the highest mountain in japan with 3.776,24m?
The Tokyo skyline at dusk, shot from the Tokyo Skytree at over 600 meters height.
Der Fushimi Inari Schrein bei Nacht in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Japan.
Die Torri Gates sind eine Ikone für Kyoto und die Atmosphäre dort zu sein ist unglaublich!
It was a magical night in Kyoto, photographing torii. Torii are the traditional Japanese gates that mark the entrance to Shinto shrines. This one is at the entrance of Fushimi-ku in Kyoto, Japan.
Photographed and enhanced with tilt-shifting last year during low tide, the Itsukushima Shrine (厳島神社), is a Shinto shrine on the island of Itsukushima (popularly known as Miyajima). It is in the city of Hatsukaichi in Hiroshima Prefecture in Japan. The shrine complex is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Japanese government has designated several buildings and possessions as National Treasures. Every day the water floods the whole torii gate and it appears to be floating.