We don't need no water: Nestled in the hills of the Kansai region this former capital of Japan has no problem letting it burn during their annual fire festival held at Wakakusayama.
The American Southwest is littered with kitsch icons of the past. You want giant dinosaurs; California has them. Cadillacs in the ground; you'll love Texas. It's the space in between the two that is of the greatest interest to me. It's this vast expanse between the oceans of California and the plains of Texas that you'll find "Native America". Icons and symbols depicting Native American's and their culture are abundant in this region even if good taste isn't.
What do one of the bloodiest battles of WWII and American style shopping for Japanese tourists have in common? Guam.
Photographers have explored man's interaction with the landscape since the dawn of photography. In this gallery San Diego Photographer, Cameron Kline, explores the modern landscape of Japan.