Tag: outdoors in Japan
Magome (馬籠) and Tsumago (妻籠) — possibly the two most popular villages on the Nakasendō (中山道). My first visit was way back in 2000 if memory serves me well and I’ve been back on numerous occasions ever since.
Initially I wasn’t going to post these photos of just another walk in the neighbourhood but then I read an interview with Teju Cole in which he says: “I let go the self-imposed pressure to create spectacular images. I mean, I let that pressure go probably a decade ago, but I still felt the pressure […]