Street photography of Shinsekai, Osaka, Japan by Sydney Solis
Photo haiku and reflections about Pearl Harbor day written by an American living in Japan.
Roam the visually stunning streets of Osaka with Sydney Solis in this Street Photography tour offered through the Community House and Information Center in Kobe.
A good friend of mine I met when I lived in St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands introduced me by email to a friend of hers. Joan D. Stamm is the author of the new book, A Pilgrimage in Japan - The 33 Temples of Kannon. It's a fabulous read for those of us … Continue reading Heaven and Earth Really Are Flowers – Ikebana in Japan for World Peace
In addition to photographing nature, temples and shrines, my favorite subjects are neighborhoods that are historic, have lots of character or are a bit run down. Many mornings I walk the 3.3 kilometers with my husband from our Bohemian, but chi-chi, Shinmachi neighborhood in Osaka to the Nishikujo Station he takes to work. We leave … Continue reading Street Photography Tour & Workshop Nov. 26 with Sydney in Osaka
Happy to announce that photographs of mine I took of Ise Jingu Grand Shrine in Ise, Japan have been published in Kyoto Journal magazine issue 92. Titled "Devotion" it features photographs I took, ironically on a rainy day, of the most sacred shrine in Japan that is devoted to the Japanese Sun Goddess Amaterasu. The photographs … Continue reading My Photographs of Ise Jingu Grand Shrine Published in Kyoto Journal
The wonderful thing about my new life in Japan, that at 51 years of age I am reborn! I recently cut all my hair off and went white. 15 long years since my first husband died and raising my two children on my own are done! My kids turned out amazing, splendid - I'm so … Continue reading Photography & Artwork of Japan by Sydney Solis Available