“Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it” All the images here were made using an Olympus MjuII 35mm compact and various film (Fuji Superia 400/800 and Kodak Gold 400, mainly). Processed and scanned at UK Film Lab.
More visual meanderings and photographic sketches from a recent trip to Japan… Eating in Tokyo can be problematic, especially if you stray merrily off the tourist route, like we did… a lot of restaurants have a digital ordering and pre-pay system – you go in, select your food, you get a ticket and go and sit down – then your food arrives, but because the entire menu was only in Japanese, you don’t actually know what you ordered, but the […]
More visual meanderings and photographic sketches from a recent trip to Japan… Me and Jess both tried to sleep on our first night in Tokyo, but the 9 hour time difference was telling our brains it was the middle of the day, not 4am… so we got up, got dressed, left our hotel at 5am and headed to Kawasaki train station. By 6am the station was already quite busy, but for our first 20 minute commute into Tokyo we managed […]
Christmas Day in the Jungle was pretty much as I’d expected, most of the people there are either Muslim or Orthodox Christians… Muslims don’t do Christmas, obviously, and the Orthodox Christians don’t celebrate it until the 7th January. So the 25th December was much like any other day, in fact the only real sign of the festive season was an English charity worker wearing a mince-pie jumper, a Santa hat, pushing a wheelbarrow… actually one of the few aid workers […]