Driving the 18,600m of the Yamate Tunnel (山手トンネル) beneath Tokyo. The Yamate Tunnel took 24 years to complete and is the World’s 2nd longest road tunnel.
400mm can even be used for landscape photography : gives an interesting perspective.
A few shots of Japanese women celebrating their Coming of Age (Seijin no Hi – 成人の日), which is held on the second Monday of the year in Japan for those who turned 20 during the previous year or will do so before March 31 this year.
Sure, this is in the countryside, but there are many of those in urban areas too ! All thanks to outdated laws maintaining high prices. Perhaps if less politicians were landowners, things would change ?
Impressive K-Cars in Kanagawa: look at all these LEDs !
Every festival is an opportunity to enjoy good food in Japan !
Scary encounter for the new year. So, man or woman?
Love these long focal shots when all compartments are perfectly aligned !
Inside the RS6. I now declare it as my dream car ! :)
Twin Turbo V8 : the powerplant of the Audi RS6, producing 560bhp and 700 NM of torque.
2016 Audi RS6 : what a car! Put it in comfort mode and you get a family saloon with plenty of space to safely bring your whole family to ski. Switch to dynamic mode and the 560bhp of the twin turbo v8 will make you hit 100km/h in 3.9s – that’s 911 Carrera 4S territory […]
And guess the country of the tourist(s) ignoring the numerous signs forbidding Selfie Sticks during new year celebration at Meiji Jingu ?
Very happy with my 100-400mm lens: sharp images fully open and beautiful bokeh ! Here some Japanese lanterns at the Meiji Jingu.
Slightly crowded for the first day of the new year 2016 !
Since I am now going through my old pictures, I thought I would wish you all a Happy New Year 2016 with this 12 years old picture from Tibet.