Life can run away with us, but it’s important to press “pause” and take a breather every so often. And this time of year, autumn colors provide the perfect excuse.
How do I find the time for my photography?
Experimenting with stunning fall colors
Sayonara, Tokyo; Konnichiwa, Kyoto!
If you find yourself in Kyoto, set aside a morning for the Philosopher’s Walk. Best un- (or lowly-) populated, early morning will afford you a quiet path upon which to calmly take in the song of the water and contemplate life’s mysteries. The entire path is a little over a mile and is lined with shops, street vendors, restaurants, and temples. Decorated with hundreds of sakura trees, this area is popular during cherry blossom season and is a great spot for fall color.
How do you choose what to bring… and what to leave behind?
Autumn adventures are the best!
I wake up at 5am every day (yes, even weekends). This means I always get to see the sunrise, which is a real treat, especially when Waterfront Park is almost completely devoid of all human life, save for the most devout joggers. I am fortunate to work close enough to home to be able to walk every morning, and this is my commute.
My favorite time of year – when the world is dappled in fall