I'm going to enlarge and see how many are on cell phones.Very nice pic...
That's a fantastic shot. I always wonder why people feel the need to be the first...
What a super angle to take this picture. Just love it.
Looks like you were standing on the edge of Southern Terrace. Did you go to Tokyu Hands to get a Halloween costume?
I really like the perspective in this shot, and the continuous lines are a fantastic focus.
With a little cropping and time-of-day change this year-old photo from a completely different blog (ha ha) would show almost the same view.
Nice photo! Were you crouching down? PS: I don't know how so many people negotiate so many crossings without snarl-ups.
hee hee...Before he read the caption, «Louis» thought this might be a photo related to Sports Day.
Pat -- I should probably get a picture of people waiting for the subway...EVERYONE is looking at their cellphones! (okay...including me, too) :DCiel -- It's always a race across places like this, everyone in a hurry! ;-)Mo -- Thank you! It was a spur of the moment shot ;DTall Gary -- I was at Takashimaya actually :-DBecky -- Thanks Becky! The lines caught my eye :DRurousha -- I was pretending not to crouch while I was actually kind of crouching. hehe ;DRobert -- Thank you! It's quite a view to see live as well :-)Louis -- Well, sometimes a crossing can get much more aggressive than sports day! ;-)
Very cute photo!
LOL! I thought that this was the starting line for a race when I first saw it! I love your perspective here! So creative!
Evelyn -- Thank you!Rachel -- You'll know what I mean when you see the aggressive way people cross these large intersections! haha! ;D
Nice shot! At least everyone's waiting patiently till the light turns green. Here, people are crossing the streets with red lights....and that seems common here.
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