Initially I wasn’t going to post these photos of just another walk in the neighbourhood but then I read an
For the past few years I have been going to the local shrine at new year to photograph and build
I’ve just published my first ever journal/newsletter which after a lot of dithering have decided to call Restless. As it’s the first issue I’m going to post it here in its entirety so that anyone interested in signing up can get a glimpse into what to expect.
The Kiso-ji (木曽路), a small section of the Nakasendo (中山道), runs through the Kiso valley in Nagano prefecture. I wrote about walking it between Kiso Fukushima to Agematsu here and decided last week to walk it some more.
A good friend of mine (also called Sean) recently started a newsletter and as I hear nothing but good things about them I’ve decided to start my own.
The bitter cold of Hokkaido is serious business. It makes you feel alive, reminds you that it’s the environment, not you, that’s in control.