Page, Arizona

Took a spontaneous trip to Arizona with my girlfriend to escape the city life filled with light, noise and air pollution, this was a perfect spring break getaway! Majority of the trip itself was planned the day before, if not the day of, and it all went astonishingly perfect.

We spent the one of the days kayaking a 6 mile round trip through rock formations and I experienced absolute silence for the very first time…it was SURREAL! However, my girl and I made the decision to do solo kayaks when they recommended a double…we later realized why that was the recommendation. However, we did it for the sole purpose of getting photos of each other, which ended up successful!

The other day we went on a tour of the Antelope Canyon, the world famous red rock formations, and the particular tour we went on had the exact shot of an Apple Macbook wallpaper! Later that evening, we spent sunset at the Horseshoe Bend, also one a famously photographed place. All so gorgeous!

Heres’s some of my favorite snaps from the trip, enjoy!

Tokyo Spring 2018 Part 7

At long last, the final set from my Tokyo Spring 2018 trip. It’s composed of the post Anime Japan convention festivities at Odaiba, then Tokyo Midtown and lastly Shinjuku garden.

Thanks for keeping up with all the photos, hope you enjoyed!

Tokyo Spring 2018 Part 6

At this point I’m unsure of what the days are anymore, so now it’ll just be segmented into parts haha - I’m super super close to finishing these photos.

Anywho, this set consists of another hanami garden where I got a lot of still water reflection shots, then later on we have photos of yozakura at Meguro River - one of my favorite spots of the entire trip.

I definitely threw in a lot of my meal photos in this set as well, missing it all.

I really need to go back already! 😫

Tokyo Spring 2018 Day 3 & 4

I know it's been FOREVER since this trip and this post is super long overdue, but here they are. I spent one of those days mostly at the Shinjuku Gyoen Park, a very famous spot for hanami (cherry blossom viewing) and got some beautiful flicks of sakuras and the people enjoying them. The next set of photos features more popular hanami spots - Sumida Park and the Imperial Temple. As you can see it was super crowded with tourists, but it didn't stop me from getting that shot! I ended that evening with one of the best meals I had in my life, an udon shop called Maruka at Jimbocho area and then went to a yozakura (nighttime cherry blossom viewing) called Rikugien Garden.