Right Turn Lane

Right turn lane
The Ginza Dori street became a pedestrian paradise

Shot in the city of Ginza, Tokyo.

The wide street became a pedestrian paradise because it was a weekend. Instead of the automobiles, many pedestrians walked around the carriage way. Although nobody on the carriage way paid attention, the traffic sign of the right turn lane was drawn on the ground as usual.

The arrow worked day and night on the weekdays. Yet it didn't have to work on that day. So it could feel unconstrained there. It is necessary to take a rest no matter how it was busy.

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PHOTO DATA

No

9783

Shooting Date

Mar 2016

Posted On

June 21, 2016

Place

Ginza, Tokyo

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

SIGMA DP2 MERRILL

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