Tokyo's Meji Shrine is not that far from the Gyoen's (The National Garden in Shinjuku), Sendegaya gate, but heavy rain might hamper your ability to navigate there correctly on foot. It will be particularly difficult if you're holding a tiny Japanese umbrella over two people, and trying to navigate using your smartphone's apps at the … Continue reading Magic Puddles at Meji
How often is our focus looking down at our smartphones, on a book or a document, or even young children? In keeping our focus downward, we often miss important details or sights above and around us. Post a photo on the prompt LOOKING UP.
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Amidst the craziness of Tokyo's Shinjuku district there is a heavenly oasis that calms, and relaxes even the most anxious mind. A place of serenity, I equate Gyoen to Heaven.
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In a country where Zen and controlled serenity is revered, it is surprising that one can also find Pachinko madness.
And you thought middle income suburban New Zealand would be boring. Think again. Walking around this area offers some unique but lesser known features, which I was to discover on a family walk.
There are many paths to take in life. Here are a few that I found delightful.
Part 1 of my discoveries in Helsinki. Food lovers beware! It is a feast!
A quick look through my gallery and it is obvious that blue and purple flowers attract my attention. Wonderful to photograph and a delight to behold!