This weekly theme is perspective.
It reminds me Kamagaya ‘Daibutsu’.
I had heard that there is a Daibutsu in Kamagaya neighboring Matsudo where I live.
‘Daibutsu’ is meaning a huge statue of Buddha in Japanese, according to my Japanese – English dictionary.
For example, ‘Daibutsu’ of Tōdai-ji is very famous and called Nara Daibutsu.
So, I visited to see Kamagaya Daibutsu.
This picture was taken in June, 2013.
‘Daibutsu’ in Kamagaya
And , one more.
I wondered if it is huge, when I saw it.
In Wikipedia, it was called ‘Kamagaya Great Buddha‘.
Have you been to Narita Internation Airport in Japan ?
There are three train station, Narita Airport(Terminal 1) Station, Airport Terminal 2 Station, and Higashi-Narita Station.
These pictures were taken in Higashi-Narita Station.
Can you see “Higahi-Narita” the station name ?
In back ground, you can see an abandoned platform, can’t you ?
In the platform, the station name is Narita Airport, as following picture.
What is it meaning ?
Narita International Airport was opened in 1978.
In those day, there was a train station named as “Narita Airport Station”.
In 1991, this station name was changed to “Higashi Narita Station”, and the platform was closed.
Because, “Narita Airport (Terminal 1) Station was opened.
This picutre was taken near Matsudo Station, yesterday.
The old structure looks abandoned.
It was a rice shop in Taishō period, about one hundred years ago.
In these days, it is irregularly is opened to public as a gallery.
I gave a lightning talk about Weekly Photo Challenge in WordCamp Tokyo 2013 (Japanese only).
In Youtube(Japanese), the movie can be seen like followings.
On right-hand in this picture, it’s me.
Are they ‘Selfie‘ ?
This picture was taken near Ichikawa station.
It is an accidental selfie.
Today, we have snow.
In Kantō region, where I live, it is rare to snow in usual winter, as I wrote in the other post.
To take part in this Weekly Photo Challenge: Selfie, I took this picture.
This picture was taken in a train of Minato Line, May 2011.