A wanderer on weekends
I have a little dream to travel to faraway places. A world where sturdy oaks lean over me and guide me on wandering trails; where ruined monuments take me back in time; and where the mountain hides me in its crevasse. So peaceful and calming. I want to stay a little longer; walk a little further, admiring the wide emptiness that fills the soul.
Kiyosu Castle is a Japanese castle located in Kiyosu, eastern Aichi Prefecture, Japan. It is noted for its association with the rise to power of the Sengoku period warlord, Oda Nobunaga.
Ōsanbashi Pier is the main international passenger pier at the Port of Yokohama, located in Naka Ward, Yokohama, Japan. Ōsanbashi is the oldest pier in Yokohama, originally constructed between 1889 and 1896.
Utsunomiya Castle which had most of its structure burned down in a war has been partially restored to become a park for city residents to relax in. At the Seimeikan History and Culture Museum inside the park, there are exhibits related to the history of Utsunomiya. Another highlight is during the weekends when the area is all lit up.
My Footsteps on Earth
On my journeys, I have been witness to extra-ordinary landscapes, lit by the rays of a dying sun, darkened under the flying shadows thrown by the clouds which sail across the sky. Earth is no heaven but I am starting to find pieces of it.