The Akihabara by goodoleboy ()
Architecture posted on May 17, 2012
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No, not an exotic flower, but fotos of the so called Electronics Town, or Akihabara (Akiba for short) in Tokyo, Japan, captured recently by my well traveled nephew.
Functionally ZOOM worthy.
I assume they sell cameras there.
Sayonara, thankx for clicking on, and for any and all favs and noncritical comments.
Image Comments (9)
sharky_ () 12:44PM | Thu, 17 May 2012
On the top photo, you kind of wonder what happen to all the cars :) Interesting shot. Aloha
magnus073 () 12:46PM | Thu, 17 May 2012
Really some amazing photos Harry, your nephew did a good job on them
danapommet () 9:13PM | Thu, 17 May 2012
Stunning collage Harry and at least one shop is Duty Free! Let us all go together.
MrsRatbag () 9:18PM | Thu, 17 May 2012
Nice to see things in other parts of the world; this place looks quite busy! I assume you did the postwork on these shots?
npauling () 8:58PM | Fri, 18 May 2012
A very colourful collage of these buildings. I like the one with less people too.
debbielove () 7:18AM | Sat, 19 May 2012
Interesting shots! Rosy will like the middle one for sure! lol She is busy (very) at the moment but she'll get there! lol Good one, and different Harry! Rob
anahata.c () 7:15AM | Fri, 22 June 2012
I realize now why I passed over this: It wasn't done by you. But that's in no way a comment on your nephew, just that as I've been catching up, I've wanted to do your work first. But I'll comment on it, so as not to slight your nephew or your postwork, etc. The top two are big teeming shots, and pretty much what I pictured Tokyo to look like. And you placed them together well. The last kind of calms us down, since it's less busy and looks like one of the outer edges of the place. Nice job by your nephew, and nice job by you, picking them, placing them, and I assume postworking, cropping, etc. From #2, I'm reminded at how much very young, child-aged heroes/heroines permeate Japanese popular culture. I could never explain that infatuation. And some of them---as in the top-left poster, 2d shot---are warriors. Strange combination. Anyway, thank you for posting your nephew's shots, and for working them up for us. It would be great to see what you'd do in Tokyo for several weeks. I wonder if you could lie on the ground anywhere without getting trampled...