No, it isn’t a metaphor. There are literally monkeys on the road. Yakushima Macaques to be exact. Driving through the forests on Yakushima while making a round, I chanced upon some deers and monkeys.
I found it simply amazing that a small island in the pacific has indigenous wildlife!
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Inakahama beach is a quiet beach in the northwest quadrant of Yakushima. It’s said that Yakushima gets 35 days of rain a month! Sunny days like this are rare occurrences.
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Was on my way out of Tokyo one fine evening when the sun was just about to set in the horizon.
I was heading south towards Kyushu. First stop Kagoshima. Final destination Yakushima.
Isn’t she cute.
With friends all having kids these days, I’ve become somewhat of a baby photographer. ^^
Watching the annular solar eclipse in Tokyo was a once in a lifetime chance. I was worried the clouds would gatecrash and obstruct the view, but the thin clouds added some drama to the photos.
Took this at Ichigaya when at hanami lunch with some friends. Did you enjoy sakura this season?
The night view from Cinderella’s castle. Do you leave right after the Tokyo Disneyland Electric Parade and fireworks?
When I’m there, I always stay till the park closes. With less people around and a slightly cool night breeze, it’s quite enjoyable taking a night stroll around the park.
Have you tried shooting constellations with an x100?