Subway Lines – Tokyo

After leaving Shinjuku station it doesn’t seem possible, but there are a few stops here and there that a not crowded, at all. Usually, the crowds make for great people photos, but the beauty of the station is often lost in the masses of people. This particular stop wasn’t crowded, it was well lit, had […]

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Tokyo: Showa Memorial Park

We’ve started a traditional Thanksgiving migration to Tokyo. Our schedules give us a small window in November to make the three and half hour flight to Tokyo for a few days of shopping, eating and sightseeing. If things continue as planned, we’ll be heading to Tokyo again this November for another visit. On our trip […]

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Views from an Airplane Window III

Like many of us, I’ve had a lifetime full of flying and probably 40+ transpacific and transatlantic flights. Even with all those miles and hours in the air I still find myself staring out of the window for hours. For me, it’s a unique perspective that never gets old. We recently finished a trip from Taipei-Tokyo-Seattle […]

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Paris B Roll

I’m not one to shoot video very often, maybe a couple times a year at most, but there was something I wanted to share with family and friends that photos just couldn’t do so I resorted to some video to tell the story. All of this was shot hand held on the iPhone, edited in […]

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Quick Guide to Buying Tickets for the Paris Metro (Picture Tutorial)

Unlike Tokyo’s vast network of subway lines run by multiple companies, Paris’ metro system is relatively straight forward. Even so, there are a couple pieces that I’d like to share to make things even easier. The majority of tourist sites (The Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Musée d’Orsay, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame…) are covered by purchasing […]

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