The Rainy Forest in Hakone

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Daily Photo – The Rainy Forest in Hakone

Hakone is a wonderful and remote part of Japan. The bullet train only took me so far before I switched to a smaller series of trains to get me out to this spot. It is nationally known as a place for rest and spiritual relaxation. I was already on vacation, so I decided to double down and take a vacation from the vacation and super-relax. I spent the day out exploring places like this before retiring in the evening with the most intense hotbaths of my life.

A Rainy Day in Hakone

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Karl-Fredrik-Haugland/1617990695 Karl Fredrik Haugland

    Trey, with New Year’s Eve closing up with fireworks and all that, how would you recommend taking HDR pictures of fireworks? One single, long exposure, or several long exposures in bracketing?

  • Ali

    I recently ran into your site…I had no idea such a fantastical world of photography even existed. Nevertheless, I have begun my very own HDR endeavors after seeing your work. Thanks for the inspiration!

    On a note pertaining to the photograph; Japan is an extremely wondrous place and your photograph does a superb job exhibiting that beauty. It reminds me very much of the Pagoda forests in China (another amazing place). Thanks for sharing!

  • http://projectvisual.net Stephen

    Japan is a wonderful place – I never made it to Hakone during my time there though :( The forest looks home to all sorts of ghost sand spirits, very eerie feel to it!!

  • casusan

    Beautiful forest – that path does look tranquil!

  • http://wasatchreflections.com darrin

    I love the forest. The hot bath sounds great right about now.

  • http://www.nuwomb.com scott webb

    What a cool spot.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Barbara-Brown/100000161760782 Barbara Brown

    It leads you on a walk back into the mists of time.

  • http://www.inguan.ej.am Inguan

    amazing and rly nice hDr (:

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Trey-Ratcliff/502475833 Trey Ratcliff

    Thanks!

  • http://bihongphotography.blogspot.com Low Bi Hong

    When will you come to Japan again?
    I’m in Osaka. Maybe I can give you a guide around kansai when you come visit next time.
    By the way, nice photo. Don’t feel like HDR processed photo at all

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Trey-Ratcliff/502475833 Trey Ratcliff

    Thanks – I don’t know when I will be in Japan again – soon I hope! :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jacob-Bergmeier/1540543952 Jacob Bergmeier

    Very pleasing HDR image. Nice job once again

  • http://www.theorodynamics.com/ FlamingMetroidzd

    That mist is quite amazing!

  • http://www.google.com/ Welcome

    Great thinking! That really beakrs the mold!

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