Visiting the Japanese gardens, you may come across an atypical type of bridge, made of 8 quite narrow wooden planks, arranged in a zigzag pattern, like the one photographed here inside the Korakuen Garden in Okayama.
These bridges are called yatsuhashi (a term simply meaning “eight bridges"), and they are usually used to cross shallow ponds or marshes with iris flowers. Their simple but unusual name comes from an old Japanese story, The Tales of Ise (Ise Monogatari).
- San Francisco State University
- Asia ImagesPhotography, present
Build a More Powerful LinkedIn Network with 'People You May Know'
Strong professional relationships can be the lifeblood of a successful career. But building a healthy, thriving professional network takes t
New TV Series to Show the Real Lives of the World's Greatest Photographers
Who will play Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger and David ‘Chim’ Seymour in the upcoming series?
Find Copyright Violations with a Right Click in Firefox
If you care about not having your photographs used with permission, there's a Firefox extension called Image Search Options that can help yo
Apple Opens Up Manual Camera Controls & Cross-App Photo Editing in i...
While many exciting things were anticipated to come from Apple’s WWDC Keynote today, there were a number of photography-related announcement
A Chrome Extension for Looking Up the Histogram of Any Online Photograph
A couple of weeks ago we featured a Google Chrome extension for overlaying "rule of thirds" lines over any online photograph. Now we have a
5 Instagram Food Photo Tips from Food52's James Ransom
Nothing can ruin the good memory of a meal like a terrible photo that makes the best duck l'orange look like duck le poop. New York-based Ja
Canon launches Irista cloud storage service with 10GB free: Digital Phot...
Digital Photography Review: All the latest digital camera reviews and digital imaging news. Lively discussion forums. Vast samples galleries
Webinar: 11 Essential Tips for Freelance Photographers - Hosted by Rober...
Robert Seale, established corporate, advertising and editorial photographer based out of Houston, Texas knows a thing or two about starting
Hey Photographers! Facebook Changed Again (and this time, they want you ...
It’s happened. Facebook, aka the free marketing platform we have come to know and love, now wants businesses and organizations to pay to eng
Video English Movie Review Transcripts: Transcripts
Video English Movie Review Transcripts is free of charge, and aimed at learners using e-book Video English Movies. All transcripts and vide