Looking for the silver lining on this cloudy, soon-to-be rainy day. This is a shot from the new DXOone camera connected to my iPhone 6s Plus. Edited in Lightroom Mobile.
This is a shot I took of a father and son at Kouri Island beach preparing to try out kayaking. I shot this with my Fuji x100t.
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Photographer and cinematographer Sven Dreesbach recently worked on two surf video projects that show the possibilities of mobile cinematography. Sven created one, "Dark Waves" for a music video project for Robot Koch , and the other, "This Moment" as a pretty cool slo-mo video. Both were shot on an iPhone 6.
Today's photo is a beautiful scene from the coastline of Kin Village in Okinawa. I never tire of views like this here in Okinawa. Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.
Okinawa is known for beautiful beaches and ocean views. I took this photo of Araha, Beach in Chatan, Okinawa with my iPhone 6s Plus. In the distance you can see the Ferris wheel from American Village. Thanks for stopping by today.
Friday I decided, completely unplanned, to drive north and hike up to Hiji Falls in Kunigami prefecture. If you know me, you know that hiking is not my thing, but it was a beautiful day here in Okinawa and beautiful weather makes me happy enough to go hiking apparently. So, me and my happy self jumped in the car and drove north, stopping along the way at Nago Beach. I was expecting rougher waters with a typhoon rolling in, but the beach was really nice.
Kouri Island is a small tranquil getaway north of Nago in Okinawa. The island is a popular location for beach, kayaking, snorkeling and diving activities, and is famous for sea urchins. Driving over the bridge to Kouri Island, one of the longest toll-free bridges in Japan you are greeted with beautiful blue-green waters that change in color depending on the time of day.
Okinawa Photo Journal is an ongoing series of post devoted to random photos from the things I see living here in Okinawa, Japan. Feel free to like, comment and share if you enjoy the photos. Thanks for visiting. TA😊