A blooming blossom and buds – Rule of Thirds


This picture was taken near Matsudo station, yesterday, obeying rule of Thirds.
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By the way, I was surprised , when I read this Weekly Photo Challenge at The Dairy Post WordPress.com.
Because, I had not known bokeh, its origin is a Japanese word, is used as technical term in English.
The following picture is fat buds with obeying ‘rule of thirds’ and bokeh.
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The other pictures are in my Japanese blog.
I’d like you to enjoy them without reading Japanese.
If you are interested in the post, please feel free to tell me to put it into English.

Symmetry Breaking ?


A real thing and the reflected image are symmetrical.


These pictures were taken near Tokyo Sky Tree.
All pictures are vertical panoramic synthesized with Windows Photo Gallery.
Because, Tokyo Sky Tree is too tall to be taken in a picture with the reflected image.

The fist one was taken, September 2014.
The second was, October 2014.
The third was, December 2014.
The last one was synthesized, December 2014.

In TokyoSkyTree, a cloudy day


This picture was taken in Tokyo Sky Tree, 1st May, 2014.
It was cloudy.
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In a finer day, we can see Mount Nantai and so on, like the following.

Taken in Tokyo Sky Tree, 4th January, 2015

It is linked to my Japanese post.
I’d like you to enjoy the pictures without reading Japanese.

This is my response to “Depth“, Weekly Photo Challenge.

The depth of tunnel


This picture was taken in Yagiri station near my house, today.
It is under the ground.
IMGP4416This picture is my contribution to “Depth” this Weekly Photo Challenge at the Dairy Post, WordPress.com.
I was there to go to Chiba New Town Chūō Station to see the scenery like the featured image or following.

Chiba New Town Chūō Station, Mt.Fuji and Tokyo Sky Tree
Chiba New Town Chūō Station, Mt.Fuji and Tokyo Sky Tree

The related pictures are in my Japanese post.
I’d like you to enjoy them without reading Japanese.
If you are interested in the post, please feel free to tell me to put it into English.
I’ll try.

Mt.Fuji at Shin-Kamagaya Station


I like to see Mt.Fuji, as I wrote “About Me“.
This picture was luckly taken in Shin-Kamagaya Station, the last Sunday.
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The other pictures are in my Japanese blog.
I’d like you to enjoy them without reading Japanese.
If you are interested in the post, please feel free to tell me to put it into English.
I’ll try.
This post is my contribution to “Express Yourself“, Weekly Photo Challenge at the Dairy Post WordPress.com