The Fort Douaumont has changed my entire idea of what happened between France and Germany during WW1. Basically, our common idea of “history” is just BS. The pictures are only glimpses that explain nothing. One has to come here, read the topography and the documents. It’s mindboggling.
Entering Belgium from France
The Customs is closed. Everything is duty-free.
Visiting Abbaye Royale de Fontevraud
Post from RICOH THETA. – Spherical Image – RICOH THETA
Île de Ré / La Rochelle
Limousin-Perigord, on the way to Dordogne
La route Richard Coeur de Lion
Shooting Film in Japan
Spring market. Unlike America where most old people are almost never seen, the Japanese are active regardless of their age.
Young people are busy at work / school so you don’t see a lot of them in the day time.
As the night begins to fall the restaurants get their menus ready.
The typical Japanese city bike: front basket, step over frame, vertical stand, embedded lock on rear wheel. Danny Choo’s video on Japanese automatic velo parking.
This brief moment when day and street lights coexist in an unstable balance.
Finally, the artificial lighting takes over.
Outside America, Japan is probably the only other country where baseball is popular.
Japanese work quite long hours. To come home late is a daily ritual.
The bikes remain in the night.
Females on wheels, Japan
Lunch hour at the pond – Fukuoka (shot on color film with Leica Minilux)
The noisiest scooters in the entire world are in France. In Japan, they are almost silent.
The most popular bike type in Japan is a 20 inch folder. Leica film.
24-inch wheels are also common.
The Sai Kung House