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Tokyo Road II

Discussion in 'Wanderlust and Travel' started by KOhlsson, Sep 19, 2008.

  1. KOhlsson


    Apr 5, 2008
  2. Delicious lookin' SUSHI...Yummy...nice capture Kristian:biggrin:
  3. Kristian, I really like both of your posts! Keep it coming!
  4. Your images really capture the essence of Tokyo/Japanese culture, thanks for the reminder!!
    I have enjoyed the smaller eating houses and bars immensely and the food is sooooo yummy!!
    Thanks for your posts Kristian.
  5. Nice series. Japan is such an interesting place for photography.

    Now you got me longing for some sushi!
  6. jshurak


    Aug 14, 2008
    Aaaahhhh...I want to go back!
  7. Well..

    I had Sushi at one of those "trolley" Sushi bars and ... well... the experience was terrible to say the least and I tried that in a very good area of Tokyo, Omotesandō... Lemme tell ya that the Sushi I had in Ginza was much better - the best I ever had in fact... :smile:

    Gosh I miss Tokyo
  8. very inspiring pics and really nice pics on your Pbase

    I love the almost empty photos,

    I like to listen to music with lots of phrasing and space/quiet bits, then once you can here the space's then you can appreciate a single note and how it resonates a lot more which could be the one note that makes a piece of music stand out, and i feel its the same with photos where there are small objects in empty spaces. ( they are easy to miss but they mean everything)

    Bit weird I know.
  9. jpfigueiredo


    Oct 3, 2008
    I enjoyed the whole set at pbase very much.
    Congrats and thanks for sharing.
  10. shtarka1


    Feb 1, 2008
  11. garyk


    Dec 15, 2008
    Great series !
  12. Nice set.
    Now I am hungry.:biggrin:
  13. andrzejmakal


    Apr 30, 2008
    YES, very nice!
  14. Great images! Japan is such a photogenic country.
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