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If you’re in this area of Japan, then Nara makes a perfect little day trip. It is home to some of Japan’s oldest temples (seeing as though it was Japan’s first main capital), gorgeous parks and lots of opportunities to interact with deer, which I feel is reason enough to visit anywhere. 215 more words

The Long Walk

Thy forests, Windsor! and thy green retreats,
At once the Monarch’s and the Muse’s seats,
Invite my lays. Be present, sylvan maids!
Unlock your springs, and open all your shades. 60 more words

Art And Culture

7-Eleven in Newport News robbed at gunpoint

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) — A 7-Eleven in Newport News was robbed at gunpoint early Sunday morning.

At 12:12 a.m., officers were called to the store, located at 11500 Jefferson Avenue, for a burglary alarm. 115 more words


Trouble in the Deer Park

NSFW: Language.

Fenton! Fenton! Fenton! FENTON!

A classic misadventure. This was first posted five years ago.

According to Reddit, “Fenton lives in East Sheen, his owner still does not find this whole thing funny at all.”


Nara - Temples, deer and lovely locals

Nara is a wonderful little Japanese town that lies only a short distance North East of Koyasan and is easily accessed by rail. This place is known for its collection of temples – one of which is the largest completely wooden structure on earth – and it’s wild deer – who roam freely throughout the town and are locally protected. 2,309 more words


Last Week's Shoot - Studley Royal

I did a walk from Ripon to Studley Royal in the summer and decided to put it on my list of autumn shoots this year.  Although there’s not a lot of dense woodland, the area around The Lake has plenty of nice looking trees and I thought there would be a few opportunities for reflections in the right light. 370 more words


Harbor Springs Ballot Proposal Could Lead to Deer Park Closure

On the ballot in Harbor Springs is a proposal for whether or not wild animal enclosures should be allowed. If voters decide they don’t want those enclosures, it would shut down the Harbor Springs Deer Park. 54 more words