Tokyo Scene

It’s interesting walking around a new place with my camera, snapping photos, sometimes randomly, sometimes carefully. When I get home maybe a few days or a week later, I always manage to find a favourite I don’t remember taking. One snapped without thought while walking, no repeats before or after. In this case, Katie and I were walking to the river while the sun was setting to get a look at the Sky Tree’s lights at night. While I remember taking photos before this, at the temple, and after, of the lights, this one is just in the middle, mindless, a fleeting moment. But a favourite. For some reason I just really feel like this captures the feel of Tokyo. Tokyo Scene

More from my Tokyo trip can be seen on my Flickr. Real blog post coming soon.

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2 thoughts on “Tokyo Scene

  1. I love how you have the rickshaw guy in the corner and the obaachan crossing the street. So much Japan, especially with all the cables crossing in the air – what a great photo!

    • Yeah, for me I think thats what makes it! Maybe people who haven’t spent a lot of time in Japan wouldn’t get it – but the cable lines, old ladies and rickshaws all say JAPAN to me! haha

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