Your curated list of Tokyo Photography Locations Tokyo is Japan’s bright shining star; a city of neon lights, towering skyscrapers, Japanese cuisine (yum!) and a culture that’s a magical blend of quirky and quaint.
There’s a saying all about eating the rainbow but I’m going to add one little word at the start, photograph; THEN you can eat all the rainbows you like.
Macao Photo Spots, Vantage Points + Cultural Districts Where Portuguese influence is displayed in all colours of the rainbow and Chinese heritage is visible via ornate details and historic beauty, Macao is a cultural blend of wonders.
Bali is lush. It’s a tropical paradise where rainforest grows rampant, greens are greener than anywhere you’ve been before and where waterfalls shower their way through mist-filled gullies.
A Photographer’s Itinerary for Singapore Planning to visit a new city can be a little daunting, especially when you want to make sure you get to see the best places and of course, the most photogenic.
Japan Travel: The Beauty of Autumn As a landscape photographer, at any given time of the year there’s always somewhere in the world that’s exactly where you want to be.
Visual Hotel Review – Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto, Japan Stone steps lead through an 800-year-old Japanese garden where vibrant autumn trees dance delicately over a koi pond.
Japan Photo Tour – Day One Sunrise at Sensoji Temple Walking through the historic streets of Asakusa at 5:30am, it was hard not to wonder what on earth we were doing awake.
Hong Kong offers a multitude of scenes, you can find markets, islands, theme parks and nature walks. Getting lost amidst the high rise buildings is like being in a futuristic world whilst taking a wrong turn could have you exploring ancient traditions.
Whenever I see the letter W my mind is immediately drawn to visions of water. Thoughts of long refreshing swims and warm summer weather follows shortly after and it’s not long before I start looking up destinations to visit that all revolve around the letter W.
The Maldives. Two words that conjure up visions of luxurious over water bungalows, sparkling swimming pools and white sandy beaches. You’ll find all this and more on over 1100 dreamy islands dotted within the atolls, 105 of which are home to hotels and resorts.
Imagine a world where you have a soundtrack perfectly composed to your tropical surroundings, echoing as you float from pool to beach to boat.