Running Ronin

Easily said, changing your lenses. This photo (taken in Palinuro, Italy) shows all the particles that hit the sensor of my Nex 7 after h...
Your quaint looking London Taxi has just dropped you off in lively Piccadilly Circus. Happy to be in such a stunning setting, and in a c...
Making the most out of travel means making the least out of your luggage , it's as simple as that. But packing your luggage to fly &q...
Asakusa and its Senso-Ji are a typical tourist destination in Tokyo that gives both Japanese and foreigners the chance to see some grea...
Yesterday it was the end of a rainy day in New York. Madison Square park was half flooded with puddles but finally the sun had started t...
If you ever thought that "Castle in the Sky" was Miyazaki-San's most successful movie, you were unfortunately (like me) m...
A finally managed to take a peak into New York Public Library. To my surprise, there are actually people studying in here! I thought it w...
The motorized trolleys are fast. Some vendors tell you to not take pictures. Others greet you with open arms. Odd shellfish spit seawater fr...
If you visit Tsukiji (more posts here ) fish market in Tokyo , read the instructions at the entrance (and the ones that are posted all ar...
Took these photos of Takeshita street in Harajuku last year. As I used a wide angle lense, you can notice that there is quite some ...
You're going to Disneyland?!? Hurray! Make sure to pack your camera and take great photos. Also read up on how to survive the exper...
One place to visit if you are in LA is the LACMA - the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Together with the Getty Center and Villa its pro...
Almost a year ago I was taking these photos in Brighton (it was actually July). As you can see, the weather is lovely...  No really. It ...
An afternoon stroll from Saint Peter's in the Vatican City, to Piazza del Popolo, in Rome, Italy. Passing through Prati and Borgo. Lo...