This photo was taken in the spring in Kyoto. My friend from the states 🇺🇸 and I walked around in kimono and had lots of fun together ☺️
Since autumn is the best season for autumn leaves 🍁 I feel like wearing a kimono again and having matcha with a piece of traditional Japanese sweets such as mochi with red-bean paste 🍡😋
Roast chicken and beef are some of his other specialties.
@ ir rupo - monzennakacho
A sea of resting points, interludes within interludes, rise and decline, pulled by the tide of - what can I say?
Yoyogi Park during the golden hour. The leaves are changing, of course editing the saturation helps too! 🍁 Had this conversation with my friends, so would like to know: Japan’s autumn vs spring, take your pick (and why)!
Despite inflation, I’m sure what’s antiqued can hold itself together.
A last ditched effort at continuity and then I’m done at coherency, OK?
Don’t let me undo what you hoped to build.
We built deja vu into our architecture as if it were a motif in passing. No, the music always returns.
Physics degrades inside metaphor. Just try and keep it together, OK?
1 year ago, I landed in Japan with my new husband searching for what we now call our home together. I marveled at the new environment and strangeness of it all. In this past year, I completely turned my life upside down, but I have learned so much about myself and who I hope one day I will be. While scary and hard at times, I wouldnt trade this experience for the world. We love our life here and cannot wait to see what comes next. .
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Ticked ✔️ another wish list. One of my photo has published in Capture Magazine’s current issue ‘The Annual’ with all the famous photographers in Australia. Very excited 😊😊😊. My sleeping man always makes me happy.
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Tokushima Prefecture is on the island of Shikoku and is widely known for its rich agricultural industry including being a top producer of Naruto sweet potatoes and the citrus variety Sudachi. The prefecture is also famous for its location on the Naruto Strait, which is home to the 4th fastest tidal current in the world sometimes reaching 20 km/h. The famous Naruto whirlpools are visible from ships and also the Naruto Bridge which spans the strait.
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I’m taking a self-reflexive look at myself.
Cherish the light, the last thing to break.
I detect a rhythm, a pattern that wishes to evade conscious thought. And it does. And so I go on, empty as before.
The mountains fade. I fade. The city stays.
A cryptic signal is slowing down time. Where does that leave us?