Sumo currently exists in two forms around the world. Most famous, of course, is the Tokyo-based professional sport led by yokozuna Hakuho, et al. Following almost a decade of scandals involving drugs, match-fixing and, worst of all, the hazing death of a young wrestler, the professional game has been working on cleaning up its image.
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And the next thing most of us will do is — start abusing the shutter and snapping non-stop. Photography is a beautiful form of art with no hard rules. There are lots of tips and tricks to be learnt, and certainly lots of experiences to be gain before one becomes an expert. Long shutter photographs are always amazing.
In the week marking 72 years since the US demonstrated the terrifyingly destructive power of the atomic bomb, Charles Levy's photograph from Nagasaki serves as a poignant reminder of one of our civilisation's darkest times. David Clark tells the story behind the picture. In Augustthe war in Europe was over.
They may not be being paid to be there, but these cosplay enthusiasts skills are anything but beginner-class. While TGS draws attendees from around the world, the biggest demographic is Japanese fans, and so the titles that are making the biggest waves in the domestic market get the most cosplay love, such as anthropomorphized warship mobile shooter Azur Lane. Less armored in body, but even more so at his head, was Ultraman Taro cosplayer anonymous.
Kodak was founded by George Eastman and Henry A. Strong on September 4, During most of the 20th centuryKodak held a dominant position in photographic film.
I canceled my iPhone 7 Plus order last week. Yes, I still had a two-week wait before it was scheduled to arrive, but it wasn't impatience that got the better of me. It was where I live: Japan.