On the December 17, 2006, I uploaded this article on the My Opera blog.
Illumination at Asagaya Sunday, December 17, 2006 3:05:04 PM
When you fly to Japan, your plane lands on the Narita airport. You may take a train or bus for Tokyo. You change your train at Tokyo or at Shinjuku and get in the Chuo-line of the JR-east. It takes about ten minutes to the Asagaya station from the Shinjuku station. When you stand on a platform of the Asagaya station, you easily find a big illumination. You walk out the station to look up this illumination. http://blog.goo.ne.jp/hisamtrois_e/e/621bd230b089368e93705fab86354f52 (If you could read chinese letters, you could easily check the Japanese town name) There are four coffee shops around this light tree, StarBucks, St.Marco, Coffee-can and the last one I forgot its name but I love best.
Since then, seven years have passed and the cider in this picture is now cut the top down and the tree beside it was broken down with a typhoon. The view has changed so much.
This one was shot on the December 8, 2012. The big apartment buildings were built. The walkers in the square in front of the station lost the sky.
What view would I be able to shoot this December?
The town has changed and I am loosing the Opera community with my old blog and the beautiful articles and photos of the fine bloger Unni.
But I keep my blog here, in the new world, though I ‘m getting old.