Photographer's Note

It escaped from the curtain of night and dim-light has put the circumference. Time was turning around a little 4:00. This is a bridge of a promenade which leads to JR Tabata Station. This is a promenade for the residents who mainly live in the opposite side to a track to use a station. The first train in a day begins at morning 4:30. This time is too early for a commuters and an attending-school person going back and forth. I like this time zone beginning the first activity in a day. It may be that it does not have a crowd and I like the atmosphere which the sky was dyed red slightly. A streetlight was still put on. The one man went to the station at a quick pace so that he might be made to catch the first train. We can see the hotel at right side and JR building at left side. One day starts so that there may be nothing, and it passes over what so that there may be nothing. However, the stream of the times changes beyond our anticipation.

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