A silent street in Tokyo.
This photograph isn’t particularly beautiful, or especial, or has a stunning perspective … either is edited in some avant-garde way, but it is really important for me, as it represents the final way of a wandering day in Tokyo.
What if we just take / show photographs that we love instead of images of what the world might like? Can you imagine?
Randomly random, photographing stuff I discover with no connection whatsoever.
The first time I went to London (November 2016), we got lost searching I don’t even remember what…
It was a cold afternoon, with that drizzle so uncomfortable, we were tired of walking and just wanted to get to whatever spot we were visiting… but then, all of a sudden, this view:
So maybe it’s not that bad to get lost sometimes…
The colour note on a grey and random street of Tokyo.
乱歩 [らんぽ]: ranpo – noun. Random walk.
Curiosity may kill the cat but apathy will kill your spirit.
At the end of the road there’s a secret passage to a mysterious place. Let’s explore everything around us.
Es posible que la curiosidad mate al gato, pero la apatía mata el espíritu. Al final de la calle hay un pasaje secreto a un lugar misterioso. Exploremos todo lo que hay a nuestro alrededor.