I was walking around Nezu, part of the area called Yanesen. There are many temples in this area. And the streets are narrow. I suppose this is because the streets from before WWII have been preserved without being destroyed in air raids.
In the meantime, I came to a small three-way intersection. This is a tasteful place with a big tree standing on the crossing.
As I stopped and looked up at the tree, I saw other people stopping at the trestle. But it was different for each person to see what they were looking at. The girl with the glasses was looking up, the guardsman was watching for traffic, and the man standing at the end of the path on the right was looking up with his arms crossed. All of them, including me, were standing very close together, but they were all looking at a different scene.
|Aug 2011 IN THE CITY TOKYO|
|CROSSING LADDER NEZU TREE|
August 16, 2011
March 22, 2023
OLYMPUS PEN E-P2
M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 14-42MM