Captured near the Philosopher’s Walk in Kyoto, Japan.
Captured at a narrow intersection in Tomonoura, Japan.
Captured in Kyoto, Japan.
The driver of this rickshaw carrying two girls looked up at me just when I took the photo.
This path is part of the remains of the Karesansui garden at Ginkaku-Ji in Kyoto, Japan.
I captured this near the remains of the Karesansui garden at Ginkaku-Ji in Kyoto, Japan.
I saw this cute cat sitting in a hat in a shop at the Ekinishi area near Hiroshima Station.
This hotel almost seems like it could have been in a James Bond film starring Roger Moore.
This dog seems to be asking me if I have seen its owner. Captured near Kamakura station in Japan.
We captured a worker doing some maintenance on a power line in Kamakura, Japan.
How a raptor makes a capture
When a barking owl is flying overhead, don’t duck!
Showing off her distinctive plumage, this black-breasted buzzard is naturally alliterative.
Head horizontal, no matter what angle his body and wings are at
This eagle really can see things that you can’t.
The largest eagle in Australia is the wedge-tail eagle.
Small and fast, this is a hard bird to photograph!
A nankeen kestrel can hover above prey.
How would you feel if you were having a bad hair day, and it was on your forearms?
A pale pink rose with a profusion of petals