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  • Ceremony with the Daikokuten (Daikoku Mask) god of wealth, farmers, food, and good fortune at RyuKyu Mura in Okinawa Japan. This mask can be used as a disguise or to benefit from the luck and protection of Daikoku.


    Photographer in Denver

    Former U.S. Marine and Art Director and contributing photographer to both Okinawa Living Magazine and Okinawa Outdoors Magazine as well as a contributor to Okinawa Guide and the Best of Okinawa Living book published by MCCS Okinawa. I lived 15-years in Okinawa Japan,  2-years in China and am currently a resident and photographer in Denver, Colorado.

    John Russell Burgreen III
  • A Shinto priest performs a traditional ceremony called "jichinsai" asking the earth spirit to bless the streets of Naha City in Okinawa so they may be a safe and prosperous environment. This ceremony is usually performed before a construction project begins in Japan


    Photographer in Denver

    Former U.S. Marine and Art Director and contributing photographer to both Okinawa Living Magazine and Okinawa Outdoors Magazine as well as a contributor to Okinawa Guide and the Best of Okinawa Living book published by MCCS Okinawa. I lived 15-years in Okinawa Japan,  2-years in China and am currently a resident and photographer in Denver, Colorado.

    John Russell Burgreen III
  • Aerial photography of the Manzamo cliffs in Onna Village, northern Okinawa Japan.

  • Fishermen haul in the morning catch at the Yomitan Village Port in Okinawa Japan.

  • A section of seawall near Mihama American Village (Chatan Town) in Okinawa Japan. Located in the middle of Okinawa’s main island, the resort town of Chatan is filled with both modern and traditional Okinawan appeal and provides easy access to major sightseeing destinations. It’s an ever-evolving area where you can enjoy marine activities year-round and the entertainment of Mihama American Village

  • Hamahiga island consists of two villages that are on opposite sides of this 7-kilometer wide island (Hama and Higa). Homes in both villages have traditional Okinawan red tiled roofs, stone walls, and residents of Hamahiga island work as either farmers or fishermen. Though part of Uruma City, Hamahiga Island is connected to Henza Island by the Hamahiga Bridge.

  • Stormy day at the Kerama Islands, Okinawa Japan.

Photographer in Denver Colorado

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