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Graffiti by a train bridge at Tokyo’s Yurakucho station. According to my GPS step tracker, I’ve walked/meandered/backtracked/wandered roughly 253 miles/407 kilometers (and the scale says I’ve lost 8.2 lbs) during a month-
Graffiti by a train bridge at Tokyo’s Yurakucho station. According to my GPS step tracker, I’ve walked/meandered/backtracked/wandered roughly 253 miles/407 kilometers (and the scale says I’ve lost 8.2 lbs) during a month-
Japanese workers apply a quick fix to their truck after a minor accident in Tokyo’s Koganei area. I’m into the final days of a month-long walk across Tokyo, from the western Tama River to the eastern Edo River, photographing the w
Japanese workers apply a quick fix to their truck after a minor accident in Tokyo’s Koganei area. I’m into the final days of a month-long walk across Tokyo, from the western Tama River to the eastern Edo River, photographing the w
Japanese police, armed with yellow plastic megaphones around their necks, stand guard near a rowdy crowd of World Cup football fans at Shibuya crossing at 3am celebrating Japan’s 2-2 draw against Senegal.
Japanese police, armed with yellow plastic megaphones around their necks, stand guard near a rowdy crowd of World Cup football fans at Shibuya crossing at 3am celebrating Japan’s 2-2 draw against Senegal.
Freshly sliced raw tuna on a cutting block at Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market. I’m in the home stretch of a month-long walk across Tokyo, from the western Tama River to the eastern Edo River, photographing the world’s largest cit
Freshly sliced raw tuna on a cutting block at Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market. I’m in the home stretch of a month-long walk across Tokyo, from the western Tama River to the eastern Edo River, photographing the world’s largest cit
Tokyo’s Takeshita street is a bit too sugary sweet. I’m in the home stretch of a month-long walk across Tokyo, from the western Tama River to the eastern Edo River, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of t
Tokyo’s Takeshita street is a bit too sugary sweet. I’m in the home stretch of a month-long walk across Tokyo, from the western Tama River to the eastern Edo River, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of t
Safety first. Japanese public works employees direct commuters past a barricaded small street construction project in Tokyo’s Minowa area. I’m halfway through a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest
Safety first. Japanese public works employees direct commuters past a barricaded small street construction project in Tokyo’s Minowa area. I’m halfway through a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest
A Japanese friend rests on a Tokyo side street. I’m halfway through a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On assignment for @natgeo
A Japanese friend rests on a Tokyo side street. I’m halfway through a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On assignment for @natgeo
Late night commuters on Tokyo’s Ginza subway line. 
I’m halfway through a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On assignment for @natgeo
Late night commuters on Tokyo’s Ginza subway line.
I’m halfway through a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On assignment for @natgeo
An offering of apricots on a pavilion railing overlooking a Japanese garden in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. I’m into week two of a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting so
An offering of apricots on a pavilion railing overlooking a Japanese garden in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. I’m into week two of a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting so
A photo-op board in front of the shelves of a convenience store in Tokyo’s Shibuya. I’m into week two of a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On
A photo-op board in front of the shelves of a convenience store in Tokyo’s Shibuya. I’m into week two of a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On
A young Japanese couple rests on a park bench in Tokyo’s Yoyogi Park.
I’m into week two of a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On assignment
A young Japanese couple rests on a park bench in Tokyo’s Yoyogi Park. 
I’m into week two of a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On assignment
Friday night in Tokyo’s Ginza. Bring your banana peels.
I’m into week two of a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On assignment for @natgeo.
Friday night in Tokyo’s Ginza. Bring your banana peels.
I’m into week two of a month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On assignment for @natgeo.
This Japanese moving company van was equipped with a broom. Today is day six of my month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On assignment with writer @neilshea1
This Japanese moving company van was equipped with a broom. Today is day six of my month-long walk across Tokyo, photographing the world’s largest city and meeting some of the 38+ million residents. On assignment with writer @neilshea1
Japanese office commuters are reflected in the window of a shop which sells replica Japanese swords, helmets and armor. Today is the second day of my month-long walk across Tokyo, the largest city in the world. On a dream assignment for @na
Japanese office commuters are reflected in the window of a shop which sells replica Japanese swords, helmets and armor. Today is the second day of my month-long walk across Tokyo, the largest city in the world. On a dream assignment for @na
Springtime in the US state of Minnesota. 12-15 inches and it still won’t stop. April 14, 2018.
Springtime in the US state of Minnesota. 12-15 inches and it still won’t stop. April 14, 2018.
Duck diving board.
Duck diving board.
Called to action by high school student survivors of the Feb. 14 Florida school shooting, hundreds of thousands of protestors gathered in front of the U.S. Capitol building to call for gun control. #marchforourlives
Called to action by high school student survivors of the Feb. 14 Florida school shooting, hundreds of thousands of protestors gathered in front of the U.S. Capitol building to call for gun control. #marchforourlives
A winding road on South Korea’s Yeonpyeong Island in the West Sea along the maritime line that divides North and South Korean territory.
A winding road on South Korea’s Yeonpyeong Island in the West Sea along the maritime line that divides North and South Korean territory.

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