I traveled through Japan in six days; three in Tokyo and three in Kyoto. There's a noticeable and implicit energy that resonates throughout the country that makes everyone (including tourists) experience a profound respect for their surroundings. Everything has a unique purpose that if removed, would seriously harm the culture and foundation of Japanese values.
Japan is ultimately a unique country that makes one truly comprehend how incredibly fascinating Earth and its inhabitants are.
After a while, one becomes desensitized to the adrenaline that ensues from these heights. It becomes therapeutic, relaxing, and ultimately a form of meditation for those who choose to engage in this risky lifestyle.
This video seeks to be an encapsulation of those feelings and emotions.
A Road Out West
I needed a breather from the city; it came to a point where the skyscrapers became suffocating and unbearable. I had to get out.
Looking at photos or videos of these areas, I would always feel envious of those who devote their time, patience, and energy on reaching these beautiful views. Leaving consequences, and problems behind all for a brief moment of clarity and retrospection in the hopes of seeing what nature has to offer.
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