I have a weird thing for taking pics through windows. Especially when the view looks like this. The Yuyuan Garden or “Yu Garden – Garden of Happiness” was built in 1559 in Ancient Shanghai. It is a must see and very easy to get to on Line 10 (just saying).
I don’t have much more of a descriptor than that. Except that I like birds on roofs.
Notice Osaka Tower (Tsutenkaku) is in the background. After taking a three hour bus to Osaka from Nagoya, my friends and I were pretty hungry. We decided to go exploring in the rain and stumbled upon Shinsekai, a charming food district.
The Mediterranean at sunset is enough of a reason to move there. This was taken at Coral Bay.
The good news: The sakura cherry blossoms are finally in bloom in my prefecture.
The bad news: They will all be dead in a week. I’m taking advantage of the moment.
This is one of the first photos I took when I moved to Japan seven months ago. It doesn’t showcase my photography at its best, but I do like the way the light hits the buildings. Most major cities in Japan have their own castle that you can visit, and usually go inside. This is just a part of the property in my city.
This is a view from the “other” Mt Olympus. The one in Cyprus, not Greece. The one where Zeus come to vacation once a year, but doesn’t actually live at. Bummer.