This weeks PhotoFriday is “Greenery.” Maybe it’s too obvious, but my first thoughts were about green, verdant forests with bubbling streams and soft light. I have a few of those in my library but in the end went with this one taken in Kamikochi, Japan.
- The Myth of Japan’s Failure – "Japan has succeeded in delivering an increasingly affluent lifestyle to its people despite the financial crash. In the fullness of time, it is likely that this era will be viewed as an outstanding success story."
- Man Embraces Useless Machines, and Absurdity Ensues – Technology: making life simpler.
- Merry – Sat here with my newborn son and wife, with all my family staying nearby, this post rang bells. It's sometimes important to realise what you have.
For this weeks PhotoFriday, “Slick,” I was going for the ‘superficially impressive’ meaning of the word. To be fair, I have no reason to believe that these guys are not deep and meaningful types… They were seen in Tokyo last year.
This weeks PhotoFriday theme is “Animal.” This animal was fast moving hence the slight blur but it was amazing to see this little fellah at such a short range. This was in Kamikochi, Japan. (I really wanted to include a picture from the Muppets but, for obvious reasons, I prefer to use one of my own images…)
I’ve been busy and not had the time to enter the last few PhotoFriday’s, but here I am with an image for the theme “Gold” (always believe in your soul). I have quite a few pictures with bits of gold (you’ve got the power to know) in them, but here, in Kyoto, we have a whole pavilion that’s made of the shiny stuff.
Sorry for the Spandau Ballet puns (you’re indestructible).
This kind of feels wrong. Posting my PhotoFriday entry, this week for the theme “Sundown,” actually on a Friday is very much out of character for me. As an added bonus, I really like this image. It was taken in Kyoto, Japan last year.