Japanese Streets

It's getting progressively more difficult to update this blog daily, nor am I sure that it's necessary. Nonetheless, I'll try—for now.

I've begun processing some of my images taken on Japanese streets—this series was shot primarily in Shibuya, Tokyo. Whenever I encounter such projects created by other photographers, most of them focus on unique fashions or, for the lack of a better word, weird characters. I, on the other hand, did not have a grand overarching scheme to doing so apart from simply documenting urban daily life (which is not to say that either of these two categories was excluded).

In many ways, the everyday can say more about a city than its historic and tourist-oriented sites. This is the reason I enjoy sitting at a cafe people-watching—even without a camera—when I travel.

Here is a small sampling.