Ginza darkly

Japan is a dark place in more ways than one at the moment. The terrible suffering in north Japan is constantly on everyone’s minds, as is the nuclear power station crisis in Fukushima. Meanwhile, homes and businesses are trying to save as much electricity as possible.

Ginza is normally one of the busiest brightest parts of Tokyo. Last night it was much darker and quieter than usual. Despite the calm, there’s a palpable sense of foreboding.










2 Responses to “Ginza darkly”

  1. Mattias says:

    Hi T. Good stuff (wrong term in a sense), your photography is growing and I like it more and more. I know you are a curious man and by being so you can capture stuff that we normally don’t see, it shows in your photography. Keep it up, take care mate!

  2. tony says:

    Thanks Mattias. It’s amazing how a situation like this forces you to see new things . . .

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