When the light turned green, the people who had been waiting for the signal began to walk at once. A large number of feet were walking from the other side. A young woman's legs, wearing pitch-black pumps, were also walking down the intersection toward me.
I wondered when it started. When did the striped pattern of the pedestrian crossing become just a horizontal line? In the old days, crosswalks were made up of interconnected squares that looked like a ladder on the floor, but before I knew it, they were all per-turns with no ladder supports. At first, the lack of a prop made the ladder seem unstable and uncomfortable, but that was short-lived. I soon got used to it.
|Jun 2011 IN THE CITY TOKYO|
|CROSSING LEG PEDESTRIAN CROSSING SHIBUYA|
June 6, 2011
September 17, 2020
OLYMPUS PEN E-P2
M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 14-42MM