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Posts tagged night photography

Winter festivals

taiko drumming bon odori tokyo

Taiko drumming @ a summer bon odori in Tokyo

@Visit_Japan @BonOdori513

Although Japan’s temples and shrines can sit rather quietly during the winter, tomorrow is Setsubun so if you are in Japan February 3 is a good day to give your local shrine or temple a visit to see if they have something going on.

Top 5 photos of 2014

@night_photo @adorama @Photomonthly @BestTravelPics

According to Flickr (where I uploaded about 300 photos during 2014) these were the photos of mine people favorited the most in 2014.



#3 (impressive since I took it in the last week of the year so it has far fewer views compared to the others)



Conclusion: People like night photography.

Daytona Beach after dark

Sunrise from the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront

Night view of pier with Joe’s Crab Shack and ferris wheel from the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Hotel

@DaytonaHilton @Joes_Crab_Shack

The World’s Most Famous Bandshell

 hilton daytona view from room band shell

Daytona Beach Bandshell

@SOURaiders @SOU_Football @racetodaytona @JP_Daytona #NAIAfootball

Not your typical bandshell, this one is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Tonight we have a football pep rally here followed by fireworks. I can’t be in two places at once. Should I shoot from my room (which is where today’s photo came from) or from in front of the bandshell? Tough call.

The Book of Mormon and Jesus Christ Superstar

broadway 49th times square new york

Times Square – New York

Dance of the dead

bon odori Nishikubo Hachiman Jinja Summer Festival (西久保八幡神社例大祭[夏祭り2013])

Nishikubo Hachiman Jinja Summer Festival (西久保八幡神社例大祭[夏祭り2013])

Continuing our October/Halloween related posts, today’s photo (beyond the title) really has nothing to do with October or Halloween as the Japanese do their dancing (盆踊り) to honor their dead ancestors in the middle of summer.

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