With train tracks criss-crossing Tokyo in an enormous maze of absolutely mindboggling engineering, it means that waiting patiently (or otherwise) at level crossings is a regular part of everyday life.
However, when doing so, there’s certainly no law against looking good.
Er… do I need to ask which one you’re referring to? ?;-p
What, old ladies in masks don’t really do it for you?!
Ah.. Lee.. That’s the quintessential complement to your exquisite postings… Japan… Japan… how I miss the place!!
Cheers Willy! Yeah, for all its frustrations, the country does have its moments, doesn’t it?
man, she’s hot! nice legs! can hardly get enough of looking up and down at her…. why have all the beautiful women decided to congregate only in East Asia???
Maybe there should be a law “for” looking good at railway crossing. It’d help while waiting. I’m always impressed how often you get a picture without the subjects noticing and changing the feel of the picture.
It’s not always possible Matt, but that is always my aim. Being as discreet as possible, and quick, is my usual mode of operation.
Tiger Chanter says
“Strike a Pose” indeed! 🙂
Very classy, sexy, and stylish, indeed.
Very nice indeed, it looks one of those shots you get in those expensive 2 page adverts in the front of GQ for watches or clothes that no-one can afford.
Paul YM says
She skinned Grover for that coat.
At least he died for a good cause!
Beautiful moment captured. Perfect.
Chris Tucker says
And the woman behind her, with the short hair, glasses and elaborate scarf, is pretty eyecatching, as well.