Little quick update for me with a bit of a Throwback Thursday post! All the way back in 2015, we went to Hacostadium in Japan and got to take photos of her beautiful Alice in Wonderland cosplay. Not to mention, we did so in the most appropriate setting I’ve ever seen. Check it out!
Content Warning: This article contains sensitive topics including violence and suicide.
For this trip, I wanted my off the beaten path adventures this time around to include a number of locations related to historic events. One of those locations included the resting places of the 47 Ronin (浪人). Yes, those 47 Ronin. Yes, they were real and their graves are right in downtown Tokyo (東京).
So, the big reason I went to AwesomeCon 2022 this year was because I volunteered to host the official Teen Titans Cosplay Meetup on behalf of Teen Titans Deep Dive! As you can imagine, this Starfire was totally excited. Check out some of my favorite photos from the event!
Today, I’m sharing with you all some portrait shots of my lovely model and friend, Shelby. Awhile back, we went to National Harbor and took shots within the Gaylord Hotel. For the longest time, I’ve been working on photos I took in Kyoto. But I think we can all get a little fatigued working on the same thing. So I decided to work on these to mix things up. 😉
Has it really been almost 2 months since the Katsucon 2020? Boy time flies! In any case, here’s a rather late recap of the even! I waited though to post because I wanted to have some photos of both my cosplays as well as photos I took of others to share with you before I posted. So let’s get right into it!
Today, we’re diving into one of my past travels in the land of the Rising Sun back in May of 2018 to the island of Okunoshima (大久野島), better known as “Usagishima” (うさぎ島) or the Bunny Island!
Today, I’m sharing with you all my experience at Itsukushima (厳島), more popularly referred to as “Miyajima” (宮島) or “Shrine Island”, located southwest of the city of Hiroshima (広島). As one of the “Nihon Sankei” (日本三景), or “Three Views of Japan” coined by the scholar Hayashi Gaho (1618-1688), scholars consider it one of the most scenic and beautiful sites in all of Japan… and that’s an understatement!