Japan: A Visual Journey in 21 Images
Words and images by Deborah Loeb Bohren
From Tokyo to Kyoto and Osaka, and from Naoshima to Hiroshima and Wakayama and back again, my senses awash in the unique colors, flavors, aromas and experiences that define Japan and its culture. It’s a marvelous blend of ancient traditions and ultra-modern architecture and technology all rolled into one. Three weeks was barely enough time to scratch the surface of this amazing country where each day brought new and exciting opportunities for cultural exploration. Here are 21 of my favorite things, from the simple to the sublime, one for each day of my trip.
Deborah Loeb Bohren is a fine art and travel photographer. Photography has been Deb’s passion since her father put a camera in her hand when she was only five years old. Today she combines that passion with her love of travel, using her camera to capture the intersection and interplay of light, line and color to create visual stories from the flea markets of Paris to the dunes of Morocco and from Machu Picchu to Havana and beyond. She lives in New York. Go to http://www.travelinglensphoto.com/ for info about her online photo workshops.