There’s something about riding a train through a peaceful and epic Japanese landscape. I was on a job in Kyushu for about seven days last week, a portion of which had me traveling on a luxury passenger train between several different towns and cities on the island. It was a much needed respite amidst a flurry of recent assignments that have taken me through Thailand, Japan, India, New Zealand, and Vietnam. I’ll get some rest soon. But for now, just looking through these images brings a calm serenity to my overworked brain, and I feel refreshed and ready to take on anything.
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Beautiful. More pics pls 🙂
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Wonderful photos, black and white makes them so different, almost a sad feeling.
Love this pics!
I love these pictures and the mood that you’ve captured in these beautiful images. I was recently reminiscing too about travelling by train from Hokkaido to Kanazawa (http://angelinahue.com/2015/11/26/japan-rail-civilised-travel/) 🙂
love your black and white photos, is it film?