I am back to WordPress after a long break…! I took off last Dec for a few month to Asia. My first stop was Japan. First, I started off to Shirakawa- go, a mountain village in Gifu prefecture. It stands … Continue reading
I’m looking forward to May as I prepare for an upcoming trip to Lyon, France for several days! I can hear all the delicious cheeses, wines and påté calling my name. That said, for any trip I plan, I generally contact publishers to see if there is any interest in getting a photographic story about the area I plan to visit.
So here in the blogosphere, I am sending out feelers to see if anyone would be interested in having me photograph a story in Lyon. If there is, please email me at email@example.com to discuss any possible stories. Thanks!
It’s a must visit spot in London. The place where all neon signs go to live, retire, find new homes – Gods Own Junkyard in Walthamstow. A never-ending collection of artist Chris Bracey’s neon signs and props from films like “Blade Runner” and “Eyes Wide Shut”, this junkyard leaves you with a lot of explore.
Outdoor kitchens. It’s not very common here in the U.S. but head over to the warmer countries of East Asia where kitchens and preparing meals outdoors is commonplace. From personal home kitchens tucked away in an outdoor alley to curbside kitchens pushing out steaming bowls of pho, it just goes to show you can make a good meal any place!
From the outdoor markets to the ruins in Angkor Wat, there was so much to see in Cambodia. Here are a few more images from that trip.
I might be bias, but I think this winter season has been especially brutal in New York City and pretty much all across the US continent. From the constant snow blizzards and temperatures going well below 32º F (0º C), I am ready for the warmth.
It’s a perfect time to revisit some really warm, summery looking photos from Tulum, Mexico. From the beautiful scenery to great food, there is enough surf, sand and sun just to keep my mind off of this weather and perhaps contemplate moving there!
I’m really excited to start of the new year with a blog site. You might wonder why this blog is any different from my office website masamiadachi.com, well this blog gives me a little more freedom to post up some of the “other” images you might not see. From behind-the-scene shoots to a sneak peek into projects I’m working on, consider this blog as another way to check out what I’m up to and to keep in touch with me.
I’m slowly getting this site together but for now, so I’ll leave you with a breath of air and lots of space. Here are some favorite images from my past travels!