It is a period of festivals in Tokyo… Here are my photo impressions of a much bigger festival than Kanda Matsuri – Sanja Matsuri in Asakusa. Packed with locals and tourists, but my focus was of course on the festival participants. 20 photos! :)
People and phones. What else can I say? Well, Japanese even thought of a special word combination for checking your phone while walking – 「歩きスマホ」 (Aruki-Sumafo). In Russian, concentrated phone checking means – “тупить в телефон” (“checking your phone like a dumb”). In Germany youth slang for phone addicted people was “Smombie” (“Smartphone Zombie”). Fight against addiction! :D
Hmm… I focus (hey, it’s a photo pun!) more on street photography in the last months, but, well, I love street photography. And I am staying true to the theme of this site – “Shooting” people :). However, sooner or later, I will catch up with portraits. Here are some shots from a stroll I did though Yokohama’s Chinatown last week.
Long time no posts! I have been really busy in the last months finalising the second season of my travel series “On And Off Road In Mongolia”… Which is now finished and will be running on YouTube very soon ;). Sitting all my free time at home and reviewing, cutting, and editing videos, at one moment I have suddenly realised, that the spring has come. And spring in Japan means… Hanami! Cherry blossom festivals all around the country. Basically, there […]