today I am going for a very colorful and a bit nervous picture.
What we can see here is one of the many stalls in the alley that leads to Tokyo's Senso Jie shrine. In those stalls there is sold manyfold of small or big very brightly objects of all sorts. A scene so exotic and strange to our western eyes.
I couldn't actually decide if I go for this tighter crop or if I should go for a wider view of the same stall, see the alternative in the workshop
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williewhistler (14799) 2012-10-03 2:17
Hello Daniel, both of the images are very bright and cheerful with gorgeous colours,I might have used the WS just because it is so vibrant and interesting,a difficult choice...
ACL1978 (7511) 2012-10-03 8:11
At first glance, Daniel, I would have guessed this was one of Takero's shots! I really like the detail you've isolated here - sharp and colorful. The blue lantern really offsets the red of the rest of the shot nicely. Very festive shot!
eldancer1 (29495) 2012-10-03 9:19
Very nice capture of those paper lantern! They are so colorful. Good lighting and dof with nice details. Well done, tfs.
krzychu30 (15510) 2012-10-03 9:57
comparing this photo with the one from WS I definitely prefer this one.More detailed and close-up shot attracts more our attention on details.And you´re right-colors are really magnificent-so vivid and well-saturated.Very good presentation of this stall with typical Japanese souvenirs.
macjake (57950) 2012-10-03 13:23
looking at this photo and the Ws one, i enjoy both, but if i had to pick one over the other, i think i'd go with the WS version.
Here though we see the vibrant colors more so than in the other.
i'm a big fan of the Japanese culture, which runs wild in this scene. it hurts my eyes :)
bukitgolfb301 (36742) 2012-10-05 15:41
Hi dear Daniel
Yes I am very happy for you to present Japanese images.
Typical Japanese image indeed. VISIT JAPAN capaing!
Very dynamic image indeed. Wonderful and tasetful color touch too. I hope you come again.
Thank you for your sharing and have a good weekend!
Takero from Tokyo