Recently I have been working my way through my archives and in doing so I’ve been rediscovering photographs I had let collect digital dust on my hard drives over the years. Through these images I’ve been revisiting experiences as each photograph unveils its previously forgotten story and reminds of some electricity in a moment which conjured the sound of a click.
This time this trip down memory lane has taken me to Japan which I visited in April 2016 but never properly looked at the Digital images I had shot till now, over a year later. Looking back at these image, I’m reminded of the unique eccentricities, the surprises, the beauty, the warm people I met along the way, the sakura (I’ll be posting a whole other post devoted to the sakura), the public nappers and the time I got to spend alone exploring, observing and just being present in a country which truly intrigued me on so many levels.
Here are some of those impressions and self-portraits taken in both Tokyo and Kyoto during spring, my favourite season. ❤ Expect another post soon with images from Japan which I took on film.