This will be available as a print at the Supersonic Electronic Invitational 2 at Spoke Art in San Francisco, January 3rd. It’s going to be an amazing show, and I am super stoked to be a part of it for the second year in a row. Check out the lineup and you will see why.
I am also cooking up a giveaway for some of the first people through the door. More on that later.
Japanese Wisteria Tunnel
These photos were taken at the Kawachi Fuji Garden, about a four hour drive from Tokyo, but there are wisteria festivals all over Japan, including at the Kameido-Tenjin Shrine, where tourists in the Edo period often visited the famous wisteria; the Wake Wisteria Park, in Wake-cho, Okayama, and at Ashikaga Flower Park, which has three massive wisteria trellises that extend 3,280 feet squared. (Time Out Tokyo has a list of additional notable wisteria around the city worth visiting.)
by Pam et Jenny
Rare Fire Rainbows: It looks like a rainbow on fire but these circumhorizontal arcs aren’t rainbows. They are caused by light passing through high-altitude cirrus clouds. The sun has to hit the clouds at precisely 58 degrees and have just enough crystals in order to form in the sky.