Part three of the new photo albums will be about achitecture scenes of urban Japan. Day and night, the cities of Japan are a golden mine for a photographer, because of the richness of the architecture of course but also because of the lighting and because of the many small things that build an atmosphere and a picture.
Phone, Power Lines in Kyoto
Here, the phone/power lines are anarchic, and it makes me think to similar messy wirings that I saw in the US and that I used for nice pictures.
Stairs - Kyoto
Of course, the subway and underground part of the town could be the central part of a photographic work in this country. These immaculate corridors, passageways and trains stations see millions of people transit everyday and they still manage to radiate something relaxing on the commuters, and I never felt any stress in there.