More Always Look Down ~ Photo Projects
The other day I posted about the importance of photo projects. Read that here. I also shared with you a photo from my Always Look Down project. I thought today I'd share a few more from this fun project.
Japanese streets are usually well labeled, with crosswalks common enough you never have to look for them. Every time I walk over one, I feel he urge to snap a photo of them.
This was the tile of a train station.
This could do double-duty as an entry in my Shadow Play project.
Just like the crosswalks, I can't not take a photo every single time I ride an escalator. It's a sickness.
Well there you go, a few more fun one from this series. If you guys aren't keeping photo projects of your own, I urge you to do so. Again, the first post in this series.
|David LaSpina is an American photographer and translator lost in Japan, trying to capture the beauty of this country one photo at a time and searching for the perfect haiku.|
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