Hiroshima Photo Walk | National Geographic


Photo walks are an interesting part of photography for not only diving into the art form of the subject but for taking an in-depth look at the surrounding area the photo walk takes place in. Given this year has been an odd one for human interaction, it’s always ideal to go back and look at random videos documenting a time when we didn’t have to worry about spreading or getting a virus.

Nevertheless, the video above is a photo walk from Hiroshima, Japan featuring photographer David Guttenfelder in December of 2019. Guttenfelder searches the gorgeous city for well-known sites and cultural moments while discussing his appreciation for living in the country. Hopefully, sooner than later, we’ll be able to go out for photo walks in a safe capacity once again. For now, let’s look back on these videos until we can head back out like we once did.

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