I’m not a professional photographer, but I do like capturing my memories through photographs. My parents always had a 35mm SLR that they would bring on vacations although I usually used a disposable camera until I got my first 35mm point and shoot and later digital point and shoots (compact Canon models). I did a limited amount of underwater photography with one of my small cameras until the underwater housing disappeared somewhere between Palau and the Philippines. Generally, I prefer landscape and architectural photographs. I take limited pictures of people and I’m not great at capturing them.

Now, I have a Canon 60D DSLR and take it wherever I go. My first trip with the camera was South America in 2013 (Argentina, Chile, Uruguay). Since then, I’ve taken my camera all around the world. I’ve had a telescope since I was about 10 and I connect it to my Camera to take pictures whenever something interesting happens in the sky.

For example, the site headers are:

Looking towards Torres del Paine National Park from Ruta 40 in Argentina
Mountains above Shirakawa-go, Gifu, Japan
A Panorama from Independence Pass, Continental Divide, Colorado
Cinnamon Pass, San Juan Mountains, Colorado
Arthur’s Pass National Park, South Island, New Zealand
Mt Fuji (富士山), Shizuoka and Yamanashi Prefectures, Japan (shot from Chiba-ken across Tokyo Bay and Tokyo-to)
Akan Mashu National Park, Hokkaido, Japan
Mt Io (硫黄山) and Akan-Mashu National Park, Hokkaido, Japan