Japan in Squares 
My film coverage of my summer trip to Japan!Tokyo, Japan, 2010


Sleeping arrangements


Mother waits for father


Creases and crevices


“I’m in my fat shirt today.”


Back alley bicycle


Half submerged pebbles


Sensoji Temple directions


Two women waiting by the Sensoji Temple


Kimono window display


Mounted


Fresh sushi breakfast at the Tsukiji Fish Market


Five am fish


Blue fog in the Japan morning sky


Where we rest


Guarding the city


Arches


Sketching by the palace moat


Imperial gardens


Greenery

Kyoto, Japan, 2010


Opening day deals


In Passing


Coin bags


On her lunch break


Picking up the dry cleaning


Waving goodbye


Catching crabs


Passing crabs


Over the shoulder glancing


Cold and warm


Mountain side scrutiny


Zen Buddhist rock gardens


They smile


Red stripes


Balancing


Two steps down


On deck


Pond speckles


Out the window


With the window


Ray and Janice


Miyajima, Japan, 2010


Wet sand


Support for a clam digger


He’s digging


During low tide


For clams


While we watch

Hiroshima, Japan, 2010


Sadako and schoolchildren


Field trip


Sadako in the sky


The A-Bomb dome

Kamakura, Japan, 2010


[must take picture here]


The man

Back to Tokyo, Japan


Morning foot traffic


Orange residential garage


Back yard clutter


Playground


Last breakfast


Cups and bowls


Reflections


Glass panes


Tea cups


Karaoke plans

Here was a general look at my trip to Japan

All of this is medium format film scanned.

Much love friends.

 

Posted by:sarahwaldo

By day I'm a content producer at an arts org in Los Angeles, by night I am the overly apologetic brain and face of sleepywaldo.blog

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