Shot in the city of Mejiro, Tokyo.
Getting sidetracked from the busy Mejiro-Dori street, there was a long descending slope. It was Fujimi-Zaka slope. 'Fujimi' means to see Mt.Fuji. Once, it was possible to see Mt.Fuji from this slope. Yet what I could see in the distance were only tall buildings when I stopped in the middle of the slope. The sky could be wider when the mountain was seen from here.
A father and his little son were walking hand in hand ahead of me. It was pleasant for the kids to walk with his father. And the boy raised his arm happily.
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July 10, 2017
SONY ALPHA 7R II
SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA