There was a small temple in the outskirt of the amusement center. And a statue stood in the precinct. It was seen from the outside of the precinct and looked toward the public road.
The statue showed me its right palm. It meant it granted my entreaties. That was worthy of the Buddhist statue. It was genial even to a stranger. Yet I noticed one thing. A woven metallic wires were between me and the statue. So I couldn't approached it. The only thing I could do was to see its smile.
|Dec 2007 STILL LIFE TOKYO|
|SHINOKUBO STATUE WIRE NETTING|
December 6, 2007
September 7, 2021
Still Life Photography
RICOH GR DIGITAL