Horses thunder down the course at Tokyo Racetrack, Tokyo.
Looking down the tracks from the platform of Ochanomizu station, on the Chuo line through central Tokyo.
Beale Street is to Memphis what Bourbon Street is to New Orleans: Loud, bright, friendly, fun, and more than a little drunk. The street boasts some of the best ribs in Memphis and live music at almost every bar and restaurant down the strip.
A lone shack guards the entrance to a cattle ranch just outside Oklahoma City.
Racked balls on Elvis' pool table inside Graceland.
Prisoners were able to look through grates like this as they crossed the Bridge of Sighs to imprisonment.
Sandals Resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica provides several kinds of water vehicles for guests to try.
Joel Neff has been a member since 10 November 2007 and goes by Smiley.
Currently in Ujiie.
I am a teacher, writer, and photographer based in Ujiie, Japan.
You can also find Joel at smiley.vox.com.
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