Mumble in the evening

I don’t know why time passes so quickly, even much quicker, these days.

So I came home from Japan on Friday morning finished one week trip.

I stayed in Tokyo in all my itinerary and kept myself flat out with planned works to complete, and they have been completed. I was happy to accomplish all my commitments were finished successfully.

The slight down-side of the trip was that I rarely got chances to take time for photography, even though I brought my DSLR camera and light-weight tripod for Japan.

Did I carry them with me all the time on my stay in Tokyo?  Unfortunately not.

I did not carry them with me all the time just because I was carrying other stuff which were bulky and I could not leave decent space available on my shoulders to carry my Nikon.

So I was keen to go out for taking photographs once I was back to Sydney.

Okay, then did I…?

I was afraid not, because my immediate weekend after the trip was vanished gone in one brink, while I exercised all the scheduled stuff to do which I had scheduled before I went to japan.

Yes, I know I planned them all to do after the trip, and its managed it, but I was being somewhat unstable as watching beautiful sunset sky by the window of the house I was at on the weekend.

Soon, soon, or soonish, I will definitely get out of under roof to do photography.

Well, in the meantime, I would like to share some of street scape I had photographed last month in Shinjuku, Tokyo.

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Thank you for being patient for reading my mumbles till the end.

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2 thoughts on “Mumble in the evening

  1. It’s just a hobby, not a profession . . . I may go weeks without picking up the camera. If it ever becomes an obligation, I’ll probably lose interest in it.

    1. That’s true Emilio. I have a jinx that I run into something nice/interesting to photograph when I do not carry my camera with me, and I got it happened in Japan hence I developed my frustration (still not that serious) I assume. 🙂

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