Yearly Archives: 2008

Hiroshima, Japan

Genbaku Dome was ground zero of the Hiroshima atomic bomb and serves as a memorial of the event of 8:15am 6 August 1945.  While this is the epicenter of one of the most violent human events in history, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is eerily quiet and ironically peaceful.  ISO 100 | Exposure 5 Seconds | […]

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Miyajima, Japan

Itsukushima Shrine Dating from 1168, this Shinto shrine was a favorite, among many, in Japan.  The shrine appears to float in the bay, which adds to the tranquility of a visit.  Itsukushima Shrine is classified as one of the Three Views of Japan. ISO 400  |  Exposure 1/100 Second  |  Aperture 7.1  |  Focal Length […]

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Kyoto, Japan

Lake Biwa Aqueduct ISO 400 | Exposure 1/60 Second | Aperture 5.6 | Focal Length 47mm Photographer of a Geisha ISO 400 | Exposure 1/125 Second | Aperture 8.0 | Focal Length 70mm

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Nevis, British West Indies

Nisbet Beach Katie and I spent our honeymoon on Nevis and were taken by the extraordinary beauty of the island and warmth of its people.  Obviously, the sunsets were stunning. ISO 400  |  Exposure 1/5 Second  |  Aperture 5.6  |  Focal Length 17mm

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