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Framed by the water jets of a fountain at Nagasaki Peace Park in Japan, folks are seen having a pensive talk. Located close to the hypocenter of the explosion, the park commemorates the atomic bombing of the city on August 9, 1945 during World War II.…
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A streetcar arrives at Yūbinkyokumae Station in Okayama, Japan. Okayama’s Electric Tramway or “Okaden” (岡電) system has been operational since 1912, and at just 4.7 km in total, the tram lines are known to be one of the shortest in Japan. Shot with Samsung…
Photo: An "Okaden" (岡電) streetcar arrives at Yūbinkyokumae Station in Okayama, Japan.
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On the 18th and 28th day of every month, a flea market is held on the grounds of Ōsu Kannon (大須観音), a Buddhist temple in Central Nagoya, Japan. The moderately-sized market includes around 60 stalls selling everything from clothes and second hand goods to…
Photo: On the 18th and 28th day of every month, a flea market is held on the grounds of Ōsu Kannon (大須観音), a Buddhist temple in Central Nagoya, Japan.
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An Enoshima Electic Railway Train arrives at Kamakurakokomae Station in Kamakura (鎌倉), Japan. This section of the “Enoden” (as it is called in the romanized short form of its Japanese name) runs directly along the Pacific Ocean, and on bright days it is…
Photo: An Enoshima Electic Railway (aka "Enoden") Train arrives at Kamakurakokomae Station in Kamakura (鎌倉), Japan, located right along the Pacific Ocean.
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An Enoshima Electic Railway Train arrives at Kamakurakokomae Station in Kamakura (鎌倉), Japan. This section of the “Enoden” (as it is called in the romanized short form of its Japanese name) runs directly along the Pacific Ocean, and on bright days it is…
Photo: An Enoshima Electic Railway (aka "Enoden") Train arrives at Kamakurakokomae Station in Kamakura (鎌倉), Japan, located right along the Pacific Ocean.
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Framed by the water jets of a fountain at Nagasaki Peace Park in Japan, folks are seen having a pensive talk. Located close to the hypocenter of the explosion, the park commemorates the atomic bombing of the city on August 9, 1945 during World War II.…
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A streetcar arrives at Yūbinkyokumae Station in Okayama, Japan. Okayama’s Electric Tramway or “Okaden” (岡電) system has been operational since 1912, and at just 4.7 km in total, the tram lines are known to be one of the shortest in Japan. Shot with Samsung…
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A streetcar arrives at Yūbinkyokumae Station in Okayama, Japan. Okayama’s Electric Tramway or “Okaden” (岡電) system has been operational since 1912, and at just 4.7 km in total, the tram lines are known to be one of the shortest in Japan. Shot with Samsung…
Photo: An "Okaden" (岡電) streetcar arrives at Yūbinkyokumae Station in Okayama, Japan.
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On the 18th and 28th day of every month, a flea market is held on the grounds of Ōsu Kannon (大須観音), a Buddhist temple in Central Nagoya, Japan. The moderately-sized market includes around 60 stalls selling everything from clothes and second hand goods to…
Photo: On the 18th and 28th day of every month, a flea market is held on the grounds of Ōsu Kannon (大須観音), a Buddhist temple in Central Nagoya, Japan.
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An Enoshima Electic Railway Train arrives at Kamakurakokomae Station in Kamakura (鎌倉), Japan. This section of the “Enoden” (as it is called in the romanized short form of its Japanese name) runs directly along the Pacific Ocean, and on bright days it is…
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At the southern entrance of Kitano Tenmangū Shrine (北野天満宮) in Kyoto, Japan, a man is seen exercising beside a lineup of tōrō (Japanese stone lanterns). Kitano Tenmangu is one of Japan’s most important Tenmangu shrines (along with Dazaifu Tenmangu in…
Photo: At the southern entrance of Kitano Tenmangū Shrine (北野天満宮) in Kyoto, Japan, a man is seen exercising beside a lineup of tōrō (Japanese stone lanterns).
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  • iPoint-systems gmbh
    IT Consultant, 2015 - present
  • Norbert Woehnl Photography
    Freelance travel and editorial photographer, 2009 - present
  • Hewlett-Packard
    Process & Capabilities Manager, 2000 - 2015
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Freelance Travel / Editorial Photographer, covering Japan, Europe and North America
Introduction

I am Norbert Woehnl, a Germany-based freelance travel photographer with 25 years of experience behind the lens. As an avid traveller, I work mostly on location, striving to capture the essence of a place or scenery, and the simple beauty of daily life in all its aspects. I prefer to use available light and to keep my photographs as natural as possible, limiting any digital post-processing to an absolute minimum.

On numerous journeys to Japan, North America and within Europe, I have been building a continuously growing stock of photographs. My work has been featured in books, magazines and on many popular websites.
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Around 1,000 of my photos from Japan are included in the "Fotopedia Japan" app for iPad and iPhone, which was released in November 2011.
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ドイツの写真、ヨーロッパの写真、日本の写真、北アメリカの写真。写真家 ノルバート ヴァーナル (Norbert Woehnl Photography) オフィシャルWebサイト。日本全国、ならびに海外からはヨーロッパ、カナダ、アメリカを中心に沢山の旅行写真を掲載しております。

11 aus 2011 – Mein Jahr in FotosBest of 2011 » Reisefotografie » Norbert...
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Mein fotografischer Rückblick auf das Jahr 2011, mit 11 ausgewählten Bildern, die in der Reihenfolge ihrer Entstehung zu sehen sind.