Dec 04 2015 8 CommentsTokyo skytree circled by an airship The view of the airship from Skytree must have been wonderful. The view of Skytree from the airship even more so. The view from neither, however, was no less interesting, but sadly a lot less wonderful.
Maybe not a wonderful view but a very well composed photo.
Thank you. It was certainly interesting to see, so nice to have a recorded memory of it.
Very cool. Helicopter rides over big cities look great, but I would love to go by airship.
Likewise. Must be incredible. The views. The quietness. The gentle pace. It’d be quite an experience.
I’ve been studying some photography for college this semester, this is such a great capture of the rule of thirds and the backluggting is a nice touch.
Thanks a lot. Very kind of you.
Not the kind of thing I usually shoot, but it’s not something I usually see either. Even better I was pleasantly surprised how it came out too.
An almost weird shot. The airship so looks like a fish.
I wonder what the little kids in the foreground will remember of the sight.
I love the times when shadows are long, textures jump out so much.
Took me a while to track down the location, mostly because I wrongly thought it was a morning shot at first.
Just out of curiosity do you remember what the writing on the path just beyond the kids said?
There sure are a lot of baseball fields marked out around there, which reinforces the perception I get from all sources that the Japanese are almost obsessed with baseball.
Don’t recall what it said I’m afraid. Don’t go there very often to be honest, but I’ll try and remember to check next time.
I think the kids were so engrossed in their baseball that they didn’t even see the airship. That pretty much sums up their obsession!