The beauty of impermanence
Leaving Japan. Each time I spend time here, the more and more I appreciate this country. There is consistently a sense of calm, harmony, subtle restraint, and balance you can’t find in many places.
River full of sakura.
Bubbling, gurgling, rumbling, smoking, spewing, smelling, and absolutely Intense. Words or photos cannot describe the awe of peering into the crater of Japan’s largest active volcano. Nature always wins. 🌋🌏🌞🌕🌊
Mario 1-1 (at 阿蘇山 Mt. Aso)
25km away, the other edge of the Mt Aso Volcanic Caldera—the valley below all formerly one giant lava pit (at 阿蘇山 Mt. Aso)
Kyushu explorer 🚙
Window seats are the best