Some Japanese students practising photography in a park. I guess one has to use film once to know how painful it is.
The Parade from the Bayeux Medieval Festival : knights, troubadours, magicians, witches and people from the middle ages. Almost a hundred shots with my beloved 50mm :) Enjoy !
Just liked the shadows in that shot.
While visiting the Bangalore Palace I had the pleasure to witness an Indian Wedding. Very friendly people as I was offered food and even had the privilege to say hello to the couple !
Apparently, some were even more bored than I was in Narita as they decided to tape the parking lot to renew the white lines on the asphalt !
Killing time in Narita while waiting for my guests ! Luckily there is a lot to look at… and yes, she was stunning ! :D
Was interesting seeing this guy taking magazines one after another from his bag, and reading them with an obvious display of concentration : plains, trains, even buses :)
Little by little, in orderly fashion, Japanese people are lining up for the parade at Disneyland.
Japan’s secret for clean streets : cleaning ! :) Well, ok, well-behaved citizens also probably help a lot…
Nice allegory, don’t you think ?
Becoming a common sight in most public places.
It’s funny how by a desire to look different, they all end up looking the same !
He must be at least 90 years old and still dancing !
My best smiles for the 2012 Kagurazaka Festival.
What you can see in most places in Japan !
With the 5D Mark II, it was difficult to take a photo without going unnoticed… Shutter noise is not an issue any more with the Mark III : there’s now a silent shooting mode :)
Japan’s secret for clean streets, clean stations, clean underground, clean shops : cleaning !
Perhaps my favourite shot from last Sunday.
What’s with old ladies and purple hair ? And this one had to wear a purple T-Shirt :D
Family picnic at Shinjuku Gyoen.
Going down Iidabashi station to reach the platform.