Shot in the city of Shibuya, Tokyo.
There is a diagonal crossing just in front of Shibuya Station. It is always crowded. And it is very popular for foreign tourists. The statue of Hachiko had been best remembered as the landmark of Shibuya. Yet it was superseded by the crossing in these days. The foreign tourists pay no notice to the small statue of the dog. Alternatively, they held a camera toward the pedestrians crossing the diagonal crossing. I think it is just a crowded crossing. However, it seemed to be interesting for the people came from overseas.
Anyway, the crossing was crowded as usual when I came here. During the traffic light was green, the carriageway was occupied by the pedestrians as if there were no automobiles in this world.
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December 9, 2019
RICOH GR III