This morning I was completely failed my morning plan. I was supposed to get up before 5 am for catching sunrise but turned out staying in bed until past 6 am, my lovely two fellas kept banging me and mate in order to wake up.
So I was going to touch and do a little work on my incomplete art work after I fed them, however, once I looked ahead from my balcony, I saw that there was a heavy milky colored blanket covered entire Sydney city.
It’s not hard to imagine that I stormed off from my place next 10 minutes with camera on my hands, to dash out to the spot below.
The heavy fog was getting to be rolled away by the time I arrived. However, since it was just after the sunrise, the view all over wrapped in soft and mystic mood tinged in pink tone.
On top, it was almost a year ago when I photographed foggy Sydney last time, I was quite excited at this meet-and-greet this big blanket again.
Forecasts say the rain will be back tomorrow through to this weekend. Although I missed a morning photography as I had initially planned, I thanks to my luck as it ended up having this fantastic shooting time in stead of it!
During my stay in Tokyo, I took a time to go to the spot where I photographed the below. This is the underneath one of the busiest junctions of Tokyo Urban Express Highway. Generally, I am not that big fan of this kind of architectures and watching this busy traffic roads.
This junction however fascinated me for sometime, and I wanted to make a visit one day. Even now I can not explain why this spot was, but it was certainly on my list of photography spots to go.
Maybe because I was impressed at the way how each of six highway roads spread out.
Or maybe I wasimpressed at the structure the way how each highway road stack up.
Or maybe both.
It was not recent that I realized and found it interesting that this spot was called ‘YAMATA-NO-OROCHI’ (Japanese mythical dragon having eight heads and eight tails) via net viral, due to its look as if multiple snake heads spread out.
It was no nature photography but it was another great opportunity to take for me.
One photography spot name in the long list was ticked off. 🙂
These are a pair of Komainu (the mythical) guard dogs (or lion-dog) watching Itsukushima Shrine, as I snapped over a year ago.
Every shrines in Japan have the pair of watch dogs, each of which is having different outlook. Generally they sit at the main gate of the shrine but this pair in Itsukushima sits in the middle of open-air connecting corridor facing the bay of Hiroshima.
Monochrome Madness is the community space she opens for other photographers and audiences who love monochrome / black and white photos. Here gives me a great opportunity and challengeus about monochrome images. As it is open community, everyone can participate.