Trees from evergreen forest in Meiji Shrine complex in Tokyo for Becca’s Sunday Trees theme.
Photo details: 1/15 sek. f/6,3 98 mm. ISO 6400
Can you count the windows or atleast the buildings 😀 …
My first entry for this week’s photo challenge
Photo Details: 1/6 sek. f/5,6 300 mm, ISO 3200
These pictures are taken during my recent Tokyo trip.
In response to this week’s photo challenge.
Inspried by Becca’s Sunday Trees post. What a coincidence we got today. She posted a picture taken at Japanese garden. I took these pictures in Japan at Tokyo Imperial Palace.
For this week’s photo challenge I decided to share pictures of the world’s biggest and busiest pedestrian crossing in Shibuya district in Tokyo. According to some published figures during rush hours around 2500 people cross the streets at the same time 🙂
I am glad that for once I was part of this crowd and you believe or not but there was not a sinlge incidence of misbehaving. World needs to learn so many things from Japenese people.
You can watch from live camera the present situation 🙂 Soon it will be 4 am in Tokyo. How about watching it tomorrow around 6 pm Tokyo time?
Hello friends, I hope all is good at your end!
I am overwhelmed by your kindness and would like to thank each and everyone of you for supporting my scheduled posts.
Here is my first regular post for “floral friday” after Hong Kong and Tokyo trip. The picture was taken in Botanical garden in Hong Kong. I shall soon be writing detailed posts on both the cities including travel, accommodation, food, culture and sight seeing information.
I have taken a great deal of photos and will need time to sort and work on them. Most important is I will not keep you waiting forever 🙂
Have a nice weekend!
I hope you all are doing good! In a few days will be travelling to Hong Kong and then to Tokyo, Japan. This will be my first journey in that part of the world. Although it is a work trip I would love to visit few places to get the real essence of these wonderful places. of which I have heard wonderful things and seen great photos.
I would really appreciate any comments or suggestions about do’s or don’t, a must see/visit or avoid places or things or acts.
Every place has a special work culture and social culture. If you have any experience kindly share it with me. If you know about a particular blog or post or site with interesting informations of these two places, kindly leave a link in comments section.
Thank you in advance!