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Asakusa Portraits

This Wednesday Wander is the next in line of this series of photos taken at Asakusa in Tokyo. Asakusa is probably the premiere tourist destination in Tokyo.
FYI, I take portraits like these for tourists and make them into photo books that you can keep forever. Make that once in a life time trip a forever keepsake.
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Travel portraits in Tokyo

This edition of Finding Friday is another in this series of travel portraits done in Tokyo. Any suggestions for names for next weeks FF series? Leave them in the comments below.
Just so you know, I’m a travel photographer who specialises in this sort of work. I’m available now in Nagoya, Kyoto and Osaka. I’ll soon be off to Melbourne Aust, Taipei Twn, then Kyoto. Follow the links in the bio to find my schedule.
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Rickshaw puller at Asakusa

This Wednesday Wander is next in a series of travel portraits I’d did with two great models Joanne and Ana in Tokyo. This photo is with a rickshaw puller in front of Asakusa.
What I want to do is get your travel portraits at a great place and make them into a special one-off print photo book just for you. Follow the link in the bio for more info.
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Tokyo tourists

Monday Memories is the name of this new segment. This is from a shoot I did back in 2016 in Tokyo. Is the touristy vibe a little too over the top? What’s your favourite or dream place to visit in Tokyo?
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Happy New Year

Make a promise to a very special person, and keep that promise. It means so much for them if you keep that promise. Happy New Year to you and all yours. I wish the best for all of you.
Do you have any special plans for this year? Any special places you wish to go? Anything on your bucket list you wish to accomplish?
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Hakuba Mountains

For the first time I could see the tops of the mountains here in Hakuba. It’s about zero degrees Celsius, just my guess from seeing watery-ice in the empty rice fields. Wearing a thermal shirt, a hoodie, and snow jacket makes me feel toasty and warm. It really doesn’t feel cold.
I started the day with a terrible headache, I guess from the release of built up lactic acid in my muscles, and the two days of snowboarding. Anyway, today’s a rest day, so I went for a walk and got some photos for tomorrow’s Wednesday Wander. Depending on the weather, I hope to be back on the mountain trying to perfect my chicken salads, c-turns, and disembarking from the lifts 😄
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View from Imori

The view from Imori. Surprisingly, I’m quite hot and sweaty! It’s just not cold enough! 😄
I’ve been announcing on social media that I’m currently in Hakuba until the 27th Dec, and available to do portrait work. Please contact me asap so we can organise a time and place. Payments will be made to PayPal, and more details are on the new TravelPhotos.Asia/portraits website.
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Sunday Surprise Autumn Christmas

In an unexpected new segment we are calling Sunday Surprise, is this little random gem I found on my way to the sports store. I have no idea who did this or why, but it’s a nice find. It’s still autumn and it’s celebrating christmas already.
I picked up a few things, so hopefully next week’s snowboarding trip will be a good one.
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