I just wanted to wish you a very Happy New Year 2020! I know, a lot of Japanese people celebrate the new year with the first sunset of the year. Well, don’t hold your breath if you expect me to wake up at 4-5 in the morning to […]
As I mentioned in my previous post, things are starting to move as far as the Setouchi Triennale 2019 is concerned, and today I was with some people from Koebi Network and the Triennale’s organizing committee for a Tour de Shodoshima. And I mean a literal one; we went […]
These pictures are from a wonderful sunset dating from last November: I think it’s one of the most stunning sunsets I have seen over the Seto Inland Sea, I especially love how the sun reflects on the Great Seto Bridge.
I know, one of Japan’s New Year tradition is to go see the first sunrise of the year. Honestly, it’s not a tradition I’m too fond of; too cold and too early for me. So instead (and it started well before Japan actually, the first I can remember is […]
I don’t know how many times I tried to take pictures of Takamatsu’s Red Lighthouse at night, and I never really was satisfied. There, I think I finally got it right. Sure, it wasn’t at night but as dusk, and as I was on a ferry, the angle […]
The day before, instead of returning to Takamatsu, we spent the night in Tonosho port on Shodoshima (I’m directing you to a previous post if you’re not sure what I’m talking about). The reason was simple; the goal was to go to Inujima and this island is not easy to […]
On top of all the great things that the Seto Inland Sea has to offer (and that I try to show you on the blog on a regular basis), let’s not forget its wonderful sunsets: Note that this one is not today’s (the picture was taken almost a […]
November sunset over the Seto Inland Sea (from Ogijima) I haven’t been very active on this blog lately, and it’s somewhat related to what has happened in France lately, which had me reading, thinking and talking a lot – and hasn’t left much time for blogging about […]