September 13 2014

Another day and another entry in the Photographic Punctuation Photo Booth. Still in Tokyo, still loitering with intent late at night in Shibuya. Still trying to see what can be seen and how to see it. Still stuck in a black and white phase. I promise some colour soon, but we may have to go underground for that. Wait and see.

Trypophobic Tokyo

When I was in Tokyo I went on a photo walk with Michael Kistler. It was really cool to spend time with a photographer whose work I admire so much. If you have not come across his work, then you are in for a treat. We met around midday and for the next four or five hours we strolled around Shibuya, Yoyogi Park and Harajuku. We didn’t take that many photos, but the ones we did get are interesting. The one I am posting today is a fun photograph – iPhunography! I have grown bored of Instagram in recent weeks and this shot sums it up. There is something about the format of Instagram which is too linear for my liking. I would like to see things presented differently than the infinite scroll. For example, how can I ever get back to see the first shots I took on Instagram? Anyway, the image tells the story today 🙂

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A picture paints a thousand words