Some Japanese ladies resting on a bench in a park in Tokyo. Yes, another attempt to increase my Getty sales without a model release ;-)
Finally, spring is definitely here ! :)
Another lovely bokeh – well, at least to my eyes.
I especially like the mood in that one : timid sun peering through green leaves after the rain. 50mm at f/1.2 – but that probably goes without saying ;-)
Awaiting the dough for the TakoYaki !
First batch of pictures taken in Itabashi during our Saturday photowalk with Alfie Goodrich : cherry blossoms and bridges. Let’s be honest, this area without cherry blossoms is far from photogenic. But once a year, for a dozen of days, it is just incredible.
Just an espresso, like I like them. But why the sugar, this is rather insulting ! :D
Now reaching year 2010 of my picture cleaning process and found this shot I like a lot of a breakfast in a (the?) Japanese Onsen : Ginzan Onsen Fujiya.
One of my very short with a lens I have been waiting for quite some time… Can you guess which one it is ? :)
Got my 5D back from the Canon Service Center so took it out for dinner :)
A little preview of what awaits you once I’m finished sorting my photos from last weekend :)
Anxious Japanese mother checking the weather at Disneyland.
One rabbit and one tiger, from Namja Town in Ikebukuro.
Becoming a common sight in most public places.
Love the bokeh on that one !
My best smiles for the 2012 Kagurazaka Festival.
Not sure it was meant to be a light saber but anyway, I give you THE starwars babe of the Matsuri.
Love summer in Japan :)
Wild poppy flowers groing among wheat crops in Normandy.
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My favourite shot from last weekend ! And this is the 2000th post on this blog, 2000 posts since 31 October 2005, a long way…