Jerret Gardner

Jerret Gardner

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Tokyo, Japan / Jerret Gardner is a former military journalist living and working in Japan. He loves to travel anywhere, write anything, and photograph everything.
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Home is where you hang your hat.

Wat Benchamabophit (the Marble Temple), Bangkok, Thailand

Great Pyramid a wave energy generator?

Unexplained Mysteries around the world

Granite box was 200,000 pounds before it was machined. Machine had X Y Z capabilities

Granite box was pounds before it was machined. Machine had X Y Z capabilities

An archer dressed in traditional samurai garb displays Yabusame (archery while on horseback) during an annual demonstration of 13th century Japanese martial arts in Tokyo. (Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images)

Japanese martial art Yabusame 流鏑馬 - TRUE AIM: An archer dressed in traditional samurai garb displays Yabusame (archery while on horseback) during an annual demonstration of century Japanese martial arts in Tokyo.

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I chose this photo because it is a good example of exposure. The exposure time for this image must have been very small in order to capture the splash with such definition. It is also cool because of (Cool Pictures Dark)

What Egyptologists don't want you to see! An adventure in photojournalism  by Jerret Gardner  “A shocking compilation of photographic evidence that is sure to raise the dander of the orthodox Egyptologists.” – Larry Dean Hunter, Independent Researcher.  “I highly recommend this book for anyone serious about finding out about this direction of research.” – Steven Myers, author of Lost Technologies of the Great Pyramid.

What Egyptologists don't want you to see! An adventure in photojournalism by Jerret Gardner “A shocking compilation of photographic evidence that is sure to raise the dander of the orthodox Egyptologists.” – Larry Dean Hunter, Independent Researcher. “I highly recommend this book for anyone serious about finding out about this direction of research.” – Steven Myers, author of Lost Technologies of the Great Pyramid.