It has been a really long time since I blogged anything – in fact, the longest break I’ve had from blogging in over ten years! There’s plenty of excuses I can give you, but it was mostly because I have been so busy with assignment work and also, having a two month year old is not necessarily conducive to blogging. I’ll try to correct that over the coming days and weeks and I’ll start with one more photograph from my trip at the end of last year to Tokyo.
This location is probably recognisable even to people who’ve never traveled to Japan as it’s probably one of the most famous intersections in the world. Millions of people move through here every week and the Shibuya Crossing is designed to intentionally have as many people as possible crossing the road at the same time. It’s a flat stitch from two landscape images, shot with the 19mm tilt-shift lens.