Ok, pardon this post, but I'm going to veer into Teenagy Livejournalesc navel gazing and introspection here for a second. I realized the other day that while I am to an extent a man of action, I am primarily a watcher rather than a doer. I don't mean that in a pathetic or bad way, but I was thinking about what to be when I grow up and I realized that much of what I 'do' is observation. On this blog I am a writer and photographer, by education I am an historian and journalist. All rely on conveying thoughts and images to a person who wasn't there. The more I thought about it, the more I realied that this is certainly an aspect of my character. When I travel I always can't wait to tell people about what I saw. When I got to a movie or concert often I write review as I watch. In fact often enough I write copy for this blog in my head. I really should dive on in and get a voice recorder.
ok, for your perserverence I offer some nice pictures that also fall under misc headings.
An alternate take of Sakae at night.
Chritmas Penguin at Nagoya Station.
Meitetsu line near Okazaki station. (well Higashi Okazaki Eki really, and I love saying that, it just sounds cool) I cross that bridge twice a day 5 days a week!
Now these just cracked me up. Nuff said.