Been incredibly busy the last week or so. Managed to grab a quick evening shot of Tokyo Skytree while out shooting on Monday.
I like this shot as it was taken from near Edogawa where there are many older, traditional houses and buildings which provide some nice foreground for this iconic, modern addition to the Tokyo skyline
Will be posting back soon.
As I am lucky enough to call him a friend, I know most of the back story outlined here in this piece about photographer and film-maker Adrian Storey, also known as Uchujin
But just in case the name is new to you have a read and check out some of his amazing work at the uchujin website .
Going to start on a bit of a marketing blitz to get some more photo work. Feel like shooting some new stories that grab my attention more. Still like the older (literally in the case of Sugamo) stories in the usual places but feel like finding something new. I also want to make my photoshelter stock archive of Japanese images, and a few other places, work better for me better for me too by making it a bit more diverse. Though Japanese pop-stars, and CEOs; Fukushima nuclear contamination issues, Left wing protests, right-wingers at Yasukuni Shrine, transvestites carrying a big pink penis and little plastic yellow ducks racing down a river in front of Mount Fuji does sound quite diverse as I write it.
Time to bang my own drum a bit.
Some of the creatures from the last few days.
Beautiful, dangerous and noisy.
And all just a little bit strange and ridiculous. Endlessly fascinated by the animals of this world.
Love a bit of wildlife photography too, every now and then.