Aug 03 2020 9 CommentsTokyo synchronisation Sometimes, some scenes look tailor-made for the right person to walk past. What I didn’t realise until it happened, however, was that in this particular case, it was actually two people I was waiting for.
My Taron Eyemax has got a lever for that sort of thing.
PS love the greenery and the ‘cat bottles’ (they seem to be working – all the cats are hiding in bars).
That’s such a great looking camera, isn’t it? Very much of its time, but at the same time genuinely unique.
Yeah, likewise, it was the abundance of green that initially got caught my eye. Haha, so true. So smart as well. With summer now in full force, it’s only Englishmen and students in-tandem that go out in the midday sun.
actually I’ve got two of them, each uniquely non functional, but in a future parallax universe they will become one, as in its focused images, unless there really are two fellas in the picture of course.
I’ve now noticed the ‘secret cycle store’, the one way sign, part of a cascade of six rectangles finishing at the letter box and bucket on the right, and the worn out cat ladder – so serenading only now. That’s a feature filled photo for sure.
Have a Nice Day!
Yeah, there are definitely a lot of details in there. Always nice to hear that a photo offers more on a second viewing.
Ah, two of them. Double the beauty then. Maybe a third purchase, with a functioning rangefinder, will combine them all to make a truly mega Eyemax.
Oh I love their totally matching in every way. So funny! 🙂
They really do. Didn’t realise quite how much they matched til I saw the photo. Then quickly realised it was a lot!
What a colourful, clear and sharp photograph.
Whilst the twinthings in lockstep control the scene it’s the pristine, nay, mint trio of cones that draws my attention. I’d wager cats are more concerned about their reflections in those than the water bottles 🙂
Thanks. Nice lighting and plenty of time helped out a lot.
Haha, they are well looked after cones eh? Once saw someone washing cones with soap and water, so quite possibly that goes on here too.