During my college days I enjoyed photography and made lots of prints. I hated color photography though because it was a pain in the butt to develop them.
Luckily, last year I was able to purchase a DSLR  that I could take with me on my adventures to Japan. (If you want to know what camera I used during my visit, check at the bottom of this post).

This is a photo I took while I visited one of my favorite places in Japan; Banpaku Park. I went during the winter time so it was very quiet and relaxing. The park is also well known for the tower of the sun which has been featured in the Japanese manga series by Naoki Urasawa’s 20th Century Boys. I highly recommend this place if you like to walk around a big park with gardens. It’s really beautiful. I have been to this park during spring time as well, but it was really crowded. More flowers are in bloom though so you get a different kind of feel. 

Anyways, if you want to check out more photographs I added them on to my Imagekind.  
I am compiling more photographs to share with people who like my creations.

Hope you all enjoy!!

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  • Naoki Urasawa’s 20th Century Boys series! It was a very interesting read and the artwork is amazing. If you get a chance you should definitely take the time to check it out. There’s also a live action movie, but the mangas were way better.
  • My Nikon D5000! This is the camera I used to take pictures during my trip.
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