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These last last few months have been a JOURNEY. I’ve seen, done & grown so much in such a quick amount of time, it’s crazy to think about. As my future & direction becomes more clear every day, with it comes constant movement and change. With that being said, I’ll be back home in NY this week, for good ❤️ I’m living my mantra of trying, testing & learning. Never be scared to dive in head first and get uncomfortable. It’s been real LA. See you soon 🤓✌🏼

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helloworldcomm. @sass99 inverts her @freeflysystems #movi #m5 while checking out for a

@sass99 inverts her @freeflysystems #movi #m5 while checking out for a job. We're loving the @smallhd #502, @sonyprousa #a7rii and handy dandy @redrockmicro #microremote. @carlzeisslenses #loxia

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Springkling the Yamakagebashi Bridge I've always been fascinated by bridges and the construction of it. Here is one that is often overlooked by tourists in this particular season, probably because it was closed off and at the tail end of the journey. The Yamakagebashi Bridge is an earth covered gentle arch supported by wooden columns and beams. The bridge is lined with moss and in this scene, is covered with falling Japanese maple leaves. The evening drizzle provides a sort of symphony to the ambience with the branches dancing to tune. Most of the scenes in Japanese gardens has a stronger emphasis on the human presence that lends a hand into shaping it that would influence our emotions. December 4, 2017 Rikugien garden. Bunkyo, Tokyo. Japan. #SonyImages #SonyMalaysia #SonyJapan #A7rII #Rikugien #Tokyo #Japan #Koyomi #Autumn #Waka #YamakagebashiBridge #WILU #WinterIllumination #ReallyRightStuff Instagram.com/JKStoutlager #Stoutlager © Jon K. Stoutlager

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Boys and their cow

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