Tuesday, July 26, 2005

on the iron road to takayama

shots out the train window. the older women sitting across the aisle said to my Japanese-speaking companion, "he takes a lot of pictures, doesn't he?"


Blogger jenn see said...

the B&W is my favorite, such a strange landscape...i love the odd mismatched quality of the structures, yet it all seems kind of organic...maybe it's the monochrome.

4:53 PM  
Blogger Lorena said...

what beautiful green grass! and of course i love the b&w.
you do take a lot of pictures. are you shooting everyday??

11:54 AM  
Blogger LiVEwiRe said...

Second one down - incredible. I, for one, am glad you 'take alot of pictures'... =)

3:57 PM  
Blogger jkirlin said...

These are sweet. And if Lorena likes your green grass. Then by God, so do I! :)

4:07 PM  
Blogger Daniel Heath said...

Jenn: monochrome, maybe, or just the Japanese being clever with bricks. they can make things look good when they try.

Lorena: it's a rice field, actually. so you don't want to lie down in it or you'll get all muddy. as for how often I shoot, I probably only do so once or twice a week, but all these Japan pictures were taken over a two-week vacation last spring (it was coming back from the trip that made me start this photo blog).

Livewire: thx.

J.: if Lorena liked a picture of someone jumping off a bridge, would you like it, too? (and this is maybe the first time in human history that a hydro power plant has been referred to as "sweet". but I see what you mean...)

12:29 PM  

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