Dec 07 2020 8 CommentsA Japanese woman in Shinjuku’s shadows Heading towards the light or into the darkness?
I don’t need to see the author’s name to know that this is you. That’s your style. That’s called legacy! Nice.
Reading those words was lovely. Thank you very much. You made my day!
This is such a cool shot!
Cheers! It’s a great spot. Just a matter of waiting for the right person, in something like the right spot. Invariably it doesn’t work out, but always nice on the rare occasions it does.
Such an inky black – careful you don’t get into trouble with Anish Kapoor 🙂
As Ed says above there is a certain signature style to these canyon portraits that makes me smile whenever I see one.
Intersesting for me to see the creation of the Toho building and its Kaiju resident via the 13 times the ggle cars have passed that way, and that it opened the same month we first stayed in Shinjuku, and photographed, it.
Haha, don’t think I have to worry about that. And thanks. Good to hear. Glad you like them too. Definitely shots I enjoy getting. Or mostly try getting anyway…
I always hoped to be in Shinjuku when they hoisted the head up the building, but alas I missed it. Wonder how that hotel is going on? The nearby Seibu Prince closed for a good while, although I think it may have finally reopened again. I suppose with all those rooms and so few travellers, it just didn’t make sense to stay open.
You’ve nailed it that time, and the shadows look at least as black as socks from a normal shop.
They are nice and dark, but if the shadows were as black as her nails are fancy, then that really would have been something!