As Japan now officially reigns supreme as far as internet connections are concerned, it possibly (at a push) eases the pain of seeing so many cables conspicuously strung hither and thither. A seemingly obligatory city sight that, while obviously essential, is far from fetching.
And yet at the same time is unfathomably rather fascinating.
Randy Bush says
it’s a form of techno-art, part of the family tree that gave transformer toys.
I bet the spiders like it.
Lol. I found myself taking multiple pictures of the cables because they are really fascinating and something that is quite distinctively Japanese.
I’m glad that I’m not the repair guy for this.
It’s a hold over from the old days when you wanted (in a weird way) to show your ‘affluence’ – because you had electricity in your home. Problem now is everyone has electricity so now it’s time to bury the damn cables!!!!!
opala historia says
Excelente batida! Eu desejo aprendiz enquanto vocÃª alterar seu web site , como poderia eu subscrever para um
blog site? A conta auxiliado me um acordo aceitÃ¡vel.
Eu tinha sido um pouco pouco familiarizado disto sua transmissÃ£o fornecido clara brilhante conceito