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Category Archives: Japan
Wakkanai, the northernmost city in Japan!
Wakkanai, Japan’s northernmost city, is only six miles across the channel from Russia. And it’s Russia, specifically Siberia, that influences it’s weather. It’s the cold north wind blowing in from Siberia that brings massive amounts of snow to this area. … Continue reading
A Landscape Interactive Blog Post
The first half of my Japan trip has largely centered around wildlife. Snow monkeys, Red-crowned cranes, whooper cranes, Stellar sea eagles and white-tailed eagles. We even had a arctic red fox and, although I haven’t included them, a couple of … Continue reading
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Stellar Sea Eagles and White Tail Eagles
After spending a couple of days around Lake Kussharo, we worked our way east to Rausu, a port city on the Notsuke Peninsula. We had scheduled two early morning boat trips (5am departure) to photograph Stellar sea eagles and White-tailed … Continue reading
Red-crowned cranes and the hoar frost!
On day 5, we headed to the Haneda Airport for our flight to Kushiro in Hokkaido. Japan is made up of five islands and Hokkaido is the largest and most northern one. The northern tip of Hokkaido is six miles … Continue reading
Snow Monkeys, Red-crowned Cranes and Stellar Sea Eagles
Today I’ll begin a new blog post on my three week trip to Japan this month. I went to photograph wildlife and landscapes. Tokyo was just a stopover enroute to my real destinations. I arrived in Tokyo late Friday afternoon … Continue reading