This has been posted before. It was one of my favourites taken at the Kumbh Mela in 2013. Leica M6
There has always been a part of me that relishes the knowledge that more than likely I was the only one out there on a road bike that day. Even now as the weekend downpour shows no sign of letting up part of me wants to be outside.
This past week has been one of the most emotionally challenging weeks of my life and it’s not over yet.
Tsuruga, in Fukui prefecture on the Sea of Japan coast and less than 100km from Kyoto (115km from Nagoya), is
I enjoy detours. I was heading to Sekigahara in Gifu, the location of a major battle between two different clans
More from last week’s trip to Minami Ise’s coast. 南伊勢地方の海岸や漁港 website – http://www.seanbreslin.net
After returning from India I promised myself that I would try to see more of Japan, preferably by bicycle and with a camera. These are far from great shots – I have know idea how to take a good landscape – but it doesn’t matter. It’s the getting outdoors part that’s the most enjoyable.
I’m taking a week long trip to Shikoku next week to travel around both Kochi and Tokushima prefectures (I used to live in Tokushima) and to catch the wonderful Awa Odori for what I think will be my 5th time. I’ll be taking my Leicas, a huge Mamiya RB67 borrowed from Darren, and of course my bicycle(s).
There are over 30 rolls of Portra still in the fridge to develop but in the meantime here are a