Description The image has been rotated 180 degrees so that the refracted images in the droplets can be seen right-side-up. This photo uses a special photographic technique for the effect you see. No photo-shopping, except for contrast and saturation, has been used to create this image.
Tim Dressler, Takasaki, Japan Member Since August 2012 Artist Statement I was born 5 July 1950 in San Antonio, Texas.
Before coming to Japan in 1990, I was a better than average photographer in Los Angeles; mostly actors' headshots.
Now, I'm a better than average English teacher in Takasaki, Gunma.
As an English teacher/photo-enthusiast, when I'm not correcting my students' syntax, I like to spend hours and hours every week riding my bike through the streets and sleepy neighborhoods of Takasaki looking for art in ordinary places. I hope you'll enjoy what I've found so far.
In addition to the joy I have found through photography here in Japan, I have also found and been married to the most wonderful Japanese woman for twenty-four years; and I look forward to many, many more happy, healthy years together with her in our cozy little apartment in Takasaki.