Kamakura’s Buddha / Self-portrait

Not necessarily motivated to form paragraphs so I am listing instead;

#1 Kamakura era in Japan is one of not so many historical period I fantasize about.

#2 I biked to Kamakura from home which isn’t too far. But kind of far.

#3 I like biking. Mesh.

#4 It’s always fascinating to think that famous Shogunates in Kamakura period have also witnessed this same Buddha statue I am seeing in front of my eyes.

#4.5 I didn’t know Kamakura’s Buddha had windows(??) in his back! Since when? People can get in?

#5 When you pay attention to greater details of plants and how each of them grows and fades, you notice how perfectly perfect they are. Even the finest things we human create cannot compare. They are not just beautiful and strong but also vulnerable.

#6 I’ve shot self-portrait because I needed it for my resume and it’s cost-effective but wow! Self-portrait is so much fun indeed! Highly recommended.

#7 It almost seems hard to find a permanent place online, where you feel comfortable. But hey I just noticed I really like this place right here. Great place to digitally vent in artistic manner.

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Alternative World

Go Purple

If we had another planet like the Earth that inherited such environmental capacity to nurture lives, which I assume there is (yesh I do), their plants may look like this.

And once its civilization reach to a certain maturity level like the Earth’s counterpart, it starts to “cost” its mother nature. Time to go purple for them.  ….my imagination runs wild!!!

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June

Street is filled with seasonal change. Always!


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Plantism

As we are all aware, human world, by nature, has always been hugely flawed. By contrast, it’s amazing how perfectly perfect the world of plants is. It’s that perfect beauty for which I press the shutter without a thought.

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Phytoplankton’s Grave

Red tide at night.

Quite delusional…

@ Yuigahama with no tripod…! 😥

Yet I ended up shooting approx. 800 photos total of this :’)

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red tide at night

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red tide at night

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Spring Flowers

Roses are red, violets are blue

I’m feeling like shit and so are you

 

Night has come, the moon is so bright

I’m feeling alright and so are you

 

 

Again, at the beach and around my house.

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