Vibrant Japan


Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Bamboo Grove

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Golden Temple and Maple

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Saki Casks, Meiji Shrine

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Ovals, Senso-ji Temple

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Lantern, Torii Gate

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Mother and Daughter

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Shopping Day

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Pagoda, Senso-ji Temple

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Market Day

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Prayer Offerings

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Kamo River, Kyoto

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Japanese Maple

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Persimmons, Imperial Garden

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Street Lights, Tokyo

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Strolling

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Bad Fortunes

 

Japan, Photography, Travel, Street Photography, Historic, Architecture, Fujifilm X-T2, Kyoto, Tokyo

Good Fortunes

 

 

 

 

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80 comments

  1. Beautiful pictures! Makes me feel like we missed some stuff on our trip.

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  2. Gorgeous colours, Jane. I’d love to go to Japan.

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  3. How do you say ‘great street photography’ in Japanese? 🙂

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  4. What did you do, Jane??? 🙂 Your images are so vibrant and colorful that now I have to visit these places!! Gorgeous shots, beautifully captured, as always. 🙂

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  5. absolutely stunning Jane….colors so vibrant…looks like u had a GREAT time there!!!

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  6. This is a great cross section, Jane. Oh, the persimmons! Gorgeous. Those, the night lights and the crowds kind of sum it up….but then you can’t leave out the temples, and….

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  7. So much to like here, but my favorite is the mother and daughter image.

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  8. Jane, I am not sure what to say to this magnificent post. Oh my goodness I was taken away. Each and every one of your pictures is so vibrant with such clarity. You bring to us a world that many of us will never see. How can I thank you for bringing this gift to my eyes? Absolutely phenomenal images!!! Brava!!👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

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  9. vibrant, beautiful and elegance photos…

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  10. Wonderful photo essay! My favorites are torii gate abstract, Bad Luck and Japanese Maple compositions. Backlit Japanese Maples are quite worthy photo candidates. Also love the authentic clothing captures!

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  11. I like the use of the starburst sun in the first photo. Great collection.

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  12. Your photos are woknderful.

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  13. I’ve come to live vicariously!

    Am feeling unexpectedly grateful for the man in your shrine photo – it adds perspective (relativity) that I needed!

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    • Thanks, Jay. Great point and so true. I have a number of images of those barrels and on their own, you have no idea how large they are – this tourist gave me some perspective. Happy you are enjoying my Japan wanderings. 😊

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  14. Wow! Such a wonderful collection Jane. Beautifully composed images. I especially like candid people shots b/c they are often full of interesting expressions!

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  15. Sehr schön die Atmosphäre der Städte eingefangen.

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  16. Well this was a visual delight, bringing back such good memories. I’d love to go back to Japan. I think my faves are bamboo, torii lantern, and especially mother and child – what a wonderful shot.
    Alison

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  17. Wow Jane, vibrant indeed! You’ve captured a wonderful sense of color and light in these. Especially loved mother and daughter. Top to toe, so very Japan!

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  18. I am captivated by your photo of the Bamboo grove. I can sense the feeling of a gentle breeze, see some motion, and hear the sound of the stalks clicking and knocking against each other. Well done, Jane.
    Ω

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  19. beautiful pictures of a very colorful country, I wonder the slippers worn, they seem to me not that comfortable. 🙂

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  20. The photo of a couple expresses that there are still people in relationship in Japan otherwise news always tell that Japanese are no more interested being in relationship.

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  21. Interesting to see people wearing traditional costumes just strolling around the streets. You have captured the essence of Japan and I am glad you included a Japanese Maple 🙂

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    • Thanks, Jude. The leaves were just starting to turn so I was happy to find some early birds. Many of the people strolling the streets are tourists experiencing wearing a kimono. Thankfully, I found some Japanese ceremonies that were authentic.

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  22. Thank you for giving us your impressions of an interesting country – they are all brilliant.

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  23. Brilliant impressions, colorful and vibrant!

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  24. Very colorful and gorgeous photo’s Jane, love them all!

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  25. Very colourful! Wonderful and full of life. I had no idea that bamboo can be that huge.

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  26. Wow! The depth of colour and the clarity is incredible. I love the ‘Mother and Daughter’ image. Old and New combined.

    I have been to China but not Japan. Some images remind me a little of China, in that there is so much rich detail that I cannot understand, but that fascinates me.

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  27. Excellent colors and forms. Many people are surprised to learn that bamboo is a grass.

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  28. Amazing! A quick pictorial trip. Thanks

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  29. So many opportunities for interesting shots in that country and city. Great job in taking us there.

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  30. true, there are very colorful photo taken. i particularly like the 1st, 5th, 9th, 14th, and 16th.
    greetings robert

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  31. Wow Jane, these photos are so beautiful! The city is so full of colours and super busy. ❤️

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  32. Gorgeous images Jane 🙂 NYC looks desolate compared to Tokyo.

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