Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Learn Tulu Language in 7 days

You can now learn Tulu language in 7 days. Following is the day-wise plan to learn the Dravidian language in a week. Happy learning.
Day 1 : Commonly used phrases in Tulu language
Day 2 : How to talk to a vendor and talking in a restaurant
Day 3 : Talking to your Tulu speaking friend
Day 4 : More sentences while speaking to your Tulu speaking friend
Day 5 : How to form a sentence in Tulu language
Day 6 : Advanced Tulu learning - Idioms and Sayings
Day 7 : Advanced Tulu learning - Songs, Dramas and Movies

You can find audio clips/guides for the respective posts below, which are useful in getting the pronunciation right.
For those who very keen on learning the language in depth, online resources link is here.

Monday, October 01, 2012

Tokyo Travel : Meiji Shrine or Meiji Jingu

Meiji Shrine or Meiji Jingu(in Japanese) is a Shinto shrine dedicated to Emperor Meiji and his wife. As part of Tokyo city tour, we visited this place after visiting Tokyo Tower.
Barrels of sake wrapped in straw, Meiji Shrine, Shibuya, Tokyo
Barrels of sake wrapped in straw, Meiji Shrine, Shibuya, Tokyo
Barrels of Sake : When you enter the premises of Meiji shrine, you notice barrels of sake wrapped in straw stacked up near the entrance. Made from fermented rice, Sake is a Japanese alcoholic beverage. To know more about these barrels, read the following text which was written on information board put up near these barrels - "During the Meiji Era, Emperor Meiji, whose divine soul is enshrined here at Meiji Jingu, led the industrial growth and modernization of Japan by encouraging various industries and supporting technological development. Due to their grace and virtue, Emperor Meiji and his consort, Empress Shoken, the beloved mother of our nation whose soul is also enshrined here, are held in the highest esteem by the Japanese people. These sake barrels are offered every year to the enshrined deities by members of the Meiji Jingu Zenkoku Shuzo Keishinkai (Meiji Jingu Nationwide Sake Brewers Association) including the Kotokai, which has made offerings of sake for generations, as well as other sake brewers around Japan wishing to show their deep respect for the souls of Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. In addition to stating our humble gratitude to all of the brewers who have so graciously donated their sake, we also pray for the continuous prosperity of the sake brewing industry and all the other industries maintaining Japan's traditional culture."
Barrels of wine, Meiji Shrine, Shibuya, Tokyo
Barrels of wine : If you find barrels of sake on the right side when you enter, you will find barrels of wine on the right side. What is this about? To find read the following paragraphs from the information board - "The Meiji period was an enlightened period during which a policy of "Japanese spirit and Western Knowledge" was adopted, to learn from best of Western culture and civilization while keeping Japan's age-old spirit and revered traditions. Emperor Meiji led the way in promoting modernization by embracing many features of western culture in his personal life such as shearing his topknot and donning western attire, and in many other aspects of daily living. Among these departures, His Majesty set an example by taking western food and in particular by enjoying wine with it. The barrels of wine to be consecrated at Meiji Jingu have been offered by the celebrated wineries of Bourgogne in France on the initiative of Mr. Yasuhiko Sata, Representative, House of Burgundy in Tokyo, Honorary citizen of Bourgogne and owner of the Chateau de Chailly Hotel-Golf. Profound gratitude is due to the wine makers who have so generously contributed to this gift to be consecrated here to the spirit of world peace and amity, with the earnest prayer that France and Japan will enjoy many more fruitful years of friendship"
Water font(Temizuya) at Meiji shrine
Water font(Temizuya) at Meiji shrine
Etiquette / Rituals : As a mark of respect following etiquette are observed at the shrine. At the shrine archway(Torii), one needs to bow once while entering and once while leaving. Before entering the shrine you need to follow the rinsing ritual near the water font(Temizuya). Using the wooden dipper, rinse your left hand and then right. Pour water into your left hand and rinse your mouth. Again, rinse your left hand and rinse the dipper. Seeing and following these rituals, I found similarities with the Dharmic religious rites in India.
Entrance to the main shrine, Meiji Jingu
Entrance to the main shrine, Meiji Jingu
Main shrine at Meiji Jingu
Main shrine at Meiji Jingu
The Main Shrine : The main shrine at Meiji Jingu does not have any images or idols typical of Shinto religion. Here, one can drop coins in the offertory box kept. To offer your prayers at the main shrine, one needs to follow the following etiquette - at first, bow twice and clap with your hands twice. Then, make a wish and bow once again.
Camphor tree and wish tablet, Meiji Shrine, Tokyo
Camphor tree and wish tablet, Meiji Shrine, Tokyo
Offerings and Wish Tablet :  Near the main shrine is the camphor tree around which wish tablets are hanged. Visitors can write their wishes on the wooden tablet (called Ema) and hang it on the hooks provided around the tree. One can write their wish in any language.
A Shinto wedding procession at Meiji Shrine, Tokyo
A Shinto wedding procession at Meiji Shrine, Tokyo
Marriage Ceremony : When we visited the Meiji shrine, we witnessed a Shinto wedding procession which  was led by two priests and two shrine maidens, followed by the couple under a red umbrella and the family and friends. It was delightful seeing the colorful ceremony in wonderful surroundings.
Condolence messages from major countries after the demise of Emperor Meiji, Meiji Shrine, Tokyo
Condolence messages from major countries after the demise of Emperor Meiji, Meiji Shrine, Tokyo
Forest at Meiji Shrine : It is amazing seeing the premises of Meiji Shrine full of greenery. More so, because you find the forest right in the middle of a highly modern and most populous city in the world. The trees here are planted by hand about 90 years ago consists of many endangered plants and animals. This further thrusts the importance of human will and effort in recreating the lost Edens eleswhere in the world!

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Tokyo Travel : Tokyo Tower, Shiba Park, Minato

One of the prominent landmarks in Tokyo is the Tokyo tower. It is a communication and observation tower, which is 333 meters in height. It looks similar to Eiffel tower in Paris and is painted with international orange. Here are some photos of the iconic tower. Also, included are pictures taken from Tokyo tower. I visited the tower again as part of the Tokyo city tour I registered.
road leading to Tokyo Tower
On our way to Tokyo Tower
Tokyo Tower, Shiba Park, Minato
Tokyo Tower, Shiba Park, Minato
Standing on top of the look down window in Tokyo Tower
Standing on top of the look down window in Tokyo Tower
Rainbow bridge, Tokyo as seen from Tokyo Tower
Rainbow bridge, Tokyo as seen from Tokyo Tower
Minato as seen from Tokyo Tower
Minato as seen from Tokyo Tower
View of Minato from Tokyo Tower
View of Minato from Tokyo Tower
Minato, Tokyo
Minato, Tokyo
Bird's-eye view, Minato, Tokyo
Bird's-eye view, Minato, Tokyo
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Monday, September 24, 2012

Tokyo Travel : Roaming in world's expensive streets!

Ginza is one of the luxurious shopping areas not only in Tokyo but in the world. Needless to say real estate here commands steepest prices in the world. As an upscale shopping area, it houses flagship stores of many leading brands like Sony, Apple and Nissan. Printing major Ricoh is headquartered here.
Ginza glittering in night
A street in Ginza, Tokyo
Yamaha Ginza Store : Yamaha which is world renowned for its musical instruments as it is for motor cycles owns flagship store in Ginza. The huge building houses a concert hall, music school, musical instrument store, and studio. So much for music. Definitely die-hard music lovers will not like to miss visiting this store when they are in Tokyo.
Yamaha Ginza store
Yamaha Ginza store
Hakuhinkan Toy Park, Ginza : One store which every tourist to Tokyo would like to visit is the Hakuhinkan Toy Park in Ginza. When I was in my teens, the word Japan would invoke images of sophisticated electronic toys. Even if you are grown up, I bet craze and fascination for toys would not dry up.
Softbank store, g.u store, Ginza, Tokyo
Softbank(telecom major in Japan) and g.u store in Ginza
Wako store in Ginza, Tokyo
Wako store in Ginza, wako is a retail giant in Japan
Nissan Leaf on display, Ginza, Tokyo
Nissan Leaf on display, Ginza, Tokyo - Nissan Leaf is a hatchback electric car
Ricoh Building, Ginza, Tokyo
Ricoh Building, Ginza, Tokyo
Apple store in Ginza, Tokyo
Symbol says it all, Apple store in Ginza
Multi-storey buildings in Ginza, Tokyo
Multi-storey buildings in Ginza
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Saturday, September 22, 2012

Tokyo Travel : In and around Asakusa

Asakusa is a historical place in Tokyo with its traditional Buddhist temples and you can shop for Japanese souvenirs here. You can also visit the Sumida riverfront and the new Tokyo Tower. We got into Ginza line of  Tokyo metro from Akasaka (Tameike-Sannō station) to reach Asakusa station.

Asahi Beer Hall : The first prominent building you spot when come out of Asakusa metro station is Asahi Beer Hall. This is the headquarters of Asahi Breweries. Shape of the building resembles a beer glass. Giant gold colored structure on top of this building looks like frothy head of the beer. 
New Tokyo Tower(Tokyo Skytree) and Asahi Beer Hall, Asakusa
New Tokyo Tower(Tokyo Skytree) and Asahi Beer Hall, Asakusa
New Tokyo Tower : New attraction in Asakusa now is the new Tokyo Tower. Also called Tokyo Skytree this is the tallest tower in the world (height 634 meters). When we went it was not yet open to the public. There was a count down display put up near the Sumida river front. It read 36 days. On May 22, 2012 it was opened to the public. 
Sumida Riverfront, Asakusa
Sumida Riverfront, Asakusa
Sumida Riverfront : Modern cities proudly boost of their riverfronts, which are clean and well maintained showcasing modernism. In Tokyo, Sumida riverfront is one of them. You can get into a cruise for a drive in the river here. I could spot multiple bridges cutting across this river.
Kaminarimon Gate, Asakusa
Kaminarimon Gate, Asakusa
Kaminarimon Gate(or Thunder gate) : Our next stop in the picnic was Kaminarimon gate. It is the entrance gate which leads to Senso-ji temple. In the gate, you will find statues of Shinto gods - Fujin(god of wind) and Raijin(god of thunder). Entering through the gate, you will find both sides of road called, Nakamise Street  filled with shops selling souvenirs. I went on a shopping spree buying Japanese dolls, paintings and Japanese fans.
Shinto god at Kaminariomon Gate
Reaching Asakusa from Akasaka by Tokyo Metro : 
  • Get into the Ginza line. 
  • Purchase the ticket for the price given on the price chart for the current station to Asakusa.
  • Station Number of Asakusa is G-19 (it is the last station of in Ginza line.
A shopping street in Asakusa
A shopping street in Asakusa

My blog post in Vijaya Karnataka, a Kannada daily

My blog post on Pawan Kumar's film workshop has been published in Kannada daily Vijaya Karnataka. Vijaya Karnataka is a leading Kannada daily, owned by Times of India group. Below is the image of the article from the news paper. Click on the image to get it enlarged. I am happy to see my work getting noted. To read the article in English click here.
Article from Ee Prapancha on Vijaya Karnataka, Kannada Daily

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Pawan Kumar's Film Workshop

I had set my expectations low when I registered for Pawan Kumar's film workshop. It was primarily because of the disappointments I had after attending couple of workshops earlier. But few minutes into Pawan's workshop and my perceptions about these workshops were going to change. Pawan calls his workshop - How to make films in Poverty when Rich with Ideas. I realized why it is named so at the end of the workshop.

Why should I make films? : The workshop begins with looking answers for this question. But if you get more deeper, you would like to ask yourself - why would you narrate any incident?  Is it because it is unique or is it because it is emotional or funny? Don't we get to see glimpses of our personal experiences in a story which can be fictional or factual? Discussions begin on these lines.

How a film is made? : A personal disturbance gives rise to an idea which transforms itself into a story. Story takes form of a script and then, screenplay. It is amazing seeing this metamorphosis of a simple idea. Pawan presents this surprising process in a commendable way. While doing so, Pawan engages the participants of the workshop in discussions as well as helps in transforming their ideas into a script.
Pawan Kumar with participants of the film workshop
Pawan Kumar with participants of the film workshop
Objectivity : One question which comes to mind while attending any creative workshop is how do you judge the quality of a creative work? Pawan resolves this problem elegantly. He has a set of questions through which participants can check the viability of their idea. If one gets satisfactory answers to these questions, then you have passed the preliminary test. I felt these questions can be used to judge the quality of any creative form which narrates a story. For example, a good documentary will also contain twists just like a good feature film.  One more thing to worry in these workshops is - due to different perceptions about a creative work discussions may deviate from the main agenda. Although there were occasions where there could have been such deviations, Pawan kept guard against these by closely monitoring the talks. Usually organizers also try to push their thinking but there were no such issues in this workshop. Then, if you look at the way Pawan explain a scene, he brings live examples like the scenes from his earlier short movies or from the films he has worked on.

Shooting a scene : I was very impressed by the way Pawan explained the shooting of a scene. One can go to any lengths talking about this topic. But Pawan knows the current capabilities of the participants. So, accordingly he teaches the essential things of shooting. We came to know about the technical and logical aspects. This technique was so powerful that we felt whether so much preparation and hard work is required for a scene which lasts few seconds. But we soon realized that it is very much needed to make a good short movie. In the end, when we finished the shooting, we felt satisfied realizing that we had done a decent job in our first attempt.

Inspiring : I believe that one important thing a dedicated student expects  from his teacher is inspiration. Once he gets the backing, there is no limit for possibilities. In this regard, I felt the workshop was quiet relevant. Pawan in his talk, quotes great directors and movies from world cinema. He explains why some films are considered best. I think this should be enough for a guy with an open mind to get inspired. Along with this, Pawan remembers his struggle in the film industry in the last decade. For those who day dream about making it big in films, this should serve as an eye opener. One also does not repent for not getting into films after seeing how things work here. They try to introspect and conclude whether they fit the bill or not. Pawan also stresses this point. That reminds me of Kannada writer Shivarama Karanth's autobiography 'Huchchu Manassina Hattu Mukhagalu'. Karanth tried his hand in several forms of art and literature. He says he tried so because he wanted to know what are the fields he can excel. He also had the same confusions which the youth of today have.

After effects : The night after the 2-day workshop was over, I was watching TV. The workshop had changed the way I look at movies. That night Star Movies was telecasting The Social Network. It had won an Oscar for best film editing. I started thinking why it had won the coveted prize. I started analyzing serials, short movies and even ads!  It will not be the same next time I watch a movie in the theater. I have now started feeling that I know bit more! Thanks Pawan for that realization!

Miscellaneous : Pawan had written in his e-mail before the workshop saying the first day of the workshop would be full of theory. But it did not get me bored! Also, he had told that we will be shooting the next day. I was apprehensive about this thinking whether we will be capable of shooting by that time. To my surprise, we were ready for shooting with all the gear next morning! Kudos to Pawan Kumar for making us realize our potentials. 

If you are interested, the next workshop is going to be held on October 27 and 28, 2012. Please click here to register. All the best.

Sunday, September 09, 2012

Ten Must Watch Kannada Movies

To read this article in Kannada please click here.

Following is the list of 10 must watch Kannada movies according to me. They are in no particular order. Though there will be always questions raised over the non-inclusion of some movies, this list definitely should serve as a representative listing of different genres of films in Kannada.

Beladingala Bale(1995) : Tale of a chess grand master and his quest for his elusive lover is a thriller. Revanth falls in love with a girl, who introduces herself as his fan. Though she communicates to him through telephone, her identity is concealed. Incidents which occur later in Revanth’s life resemble the moves in a game of chess. Use of pristine Kannada, revelations about chess and the presentation of different perceptions about a chess player make this movie worth a watch. To find more about movie and the book which was made the movie please visit here. You can watch the movie in youtube here.
Starring  : Anant Nag. Suman Nagarkar.

Bangarada Manushya(1972) : This is one movie which created a sensation in Karnataka in the 70’s. Sacrifice, selfless service, hard work and fraternity - virtues which are epitomized by Indian families even today form the crux of the movie. Viewing the personification of the great ideals which are farfetched in ordinary lives makes a delightful experience. Performances by stalwarts of Kannada cinema, ever green songs have given the movie the cult status. Importantly, we need to note the social impact it made with several guys going back to villages and taking up farming just like the film’s protagonist Rajeeva did. Watch the movie in youtube here.
Starring  : Raj Kumar, Bharathi

Mungaru Male(2006) : This movie seemingly is a real depiction of modern Indian love stories. Crisp dialogues readily catch your attention. Infatuation in the present age is presented in its full grandeur. Viewing the beauty of monsoon in Malnad with Jog falls in its full glow makes this film a visual treat. Some of the finest romantic compositions in Kannada featuring in the movie add to the glitter. These aspects served as benchmarks for the Kannada movies to be made later. 
Starring  Ganesh, Pooja Gandhi

Nagarahaavu(1972) : Story of Ramachari is that of a rebel who wants to free himself from society’s shackles. When questioned about his violent ways he heeds none but his beloved teacher.  Shot mostly in the historical Chitradurga fort, this movie portrays the irrational state of mind which every guy experiences in his youth. Needless to say, young lads continue to identify themselves with the central character. Watch the film in youtube here.
Starring  Vishnuvardhan, Arathi

Amruthavarshini(1997) : When a widower comes to live with his friend’s family, he gets attracted towards his friend’s wife. A person’s best friend who is soft spoken and has a poetic heart turning villain depicts the fragility of apparently great human relationships. Very few characters feature in the movie and they deliver one of the best performances of their movie career.  Climax of the movie is a brilliant take on the act of revenge.
Starring  Ramesh Aravind, Suhasini

Manasa Sarovara(1982) : Mind is the source of all human endeavors. When mind, placid as a lake gets disturbed all hell breaks loose.  A psychiatrist falls in love with a patient whom he treats. But destiny has other plans as she gets attracted towards doctor’s cousin. Ironically, doctor who heals mental disorders, falls victim to mind’s vicious ways. Saga of love and hate remembered for its relevance in the present age.
Starring  Srinath, Padma Vasanthi

America America(1995) : This film is a sensible portrayal of Indians migrated to US in the 90’s though with a triangular love story. Probably, it is first of its kind in India cinema. Without taking sides, movie raises questions about human identity and becomes a forum for debate on some of the fundamental questions raised in human history.
Starring  Ramesh Aravind, Hema

Bhootayyana Maga Ayyu(1974) : Bhootayya, a village money lender is the epitome of vices found in human nature. Villagers though denounce him, do not come in open to protest. After the death of Bhootayya, new rivalry begins between his son and the people of the village. Visual similes used, which are unparalleled in Kannada cinema and the vivid presentations of village life make this movie a classic in the annals of Kannada movie history. You can view the movie here in youtube.
Starring  : Vishnuvardhan, Lokesh

Dweepa(2002) : How do you value one’s honor and respect in an age where everything is measured in monetary terms? A family in-charge of a shrine in a village which is bound to be submerged as result of a dam being constructed is forced to leave the village. It is faced with this question which cannot be answered. As a representative of the contemporary world, this movie appears as the unyielding resistance of human beings towards change and rational thinking. Enjoy watching the film in youtube.
Starring  Avinash, Soundarya

Aa Dinagalu(2007) : When most of the producers in the Kannada film industry were testing their luck with formula driven gangster movies, here was a movie which was based on real life incidents. Touted as a film on gangs of Bangalore, this movie brings before you the Bengaluru of the 80’s. Don who is ready to stake anything for his supremacy and the encounters between rival gangs provide insight to the shady world of Bangalore mafia without shedding a drop of blood onscreen. Watch the movie in youtube. Also, you can check the review of the film here
Starring  Chetan, Atul Kulkarni. 

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Tokyo Travel : Electronics shopping spree in Akihabara and its aftermath!

It was the month of April when we visited Tokyo this year. On our arrival, rains welcomed us in Tokyo. Our first major task was to get ourselves new cameras. Japan known for its electronic brands like Sony, Nikon  tempted us with wide range of electronic gadgets. 

Akihabara and Yodobashi Camera : Akihabara is major shopping area in Tokyo for electronic, computer gadgets. Yodobashi Camera, a chain store has a 8 stories tall building in Akihabara. It was our shopping destination in Akihabara. Yodobashi Camera is one stop destination for all your electronic needs. Right from the tiniest SD memory cards to the trendy new i-pad, you will find everything here.
Flyover Junction, Akasaka, Tokyo(高架道路ジャンクション、赤坂、東京)
Flyover Junction, Akasaka, Tokyo (高架道路ジャンクション、赤坂東京)
Which Camera? With wide variety of options in front you, you are often get confused - which is the right product for you. Well, I faced the same situation when I was in Yodobashi. My primary criterions for buying included sleekness and higher optical zoom. After toying with the idea of buying mo dels from either Sony or Canon, I was unable to make any decision. Finally my friend suggested to go for a DSLR. I was dead against it initially thinking of carrying it like a baggage. But finally decided to go for it and bought a Nikon D5100 though it was heavy which I hated, had to carry two lenses(zoom and normal) which was another reason for worry. To make matters even, my friend also bought a DSLR - Canon EOS model with two lenses :) 
Flyover junction in the evening, Akasaka, Tokyo(夕方には高架道路のジャンクション、赤坂、東京)
Flyover junction in the evening, Akasaka, Tokyo (夕方には高架道路のジャンクション、赤坂、東京)
Akasaka : With newly acquired photo capturing tool in my hand, I soon got into photo clicking spree and the first target was Akasaka which was also the first area we explored in Tokyo. Akaska means red slope in Japanese. The first photo I clicked was that of the junction of the flyover junction. I was amazed by the kind of robust road infrastructure they have with multiple flyovers crossing each other. Have look at the photo to find out. Also, as someone said Tokyo grows vertically unlike other cities in the world which grow horizontally. Huge multi-storey buildings bear testimony to that fact.
Trees lit up, Akasaka, Tokyo(木はライトアップ東京赤坂)
Trees lit up, Akasaka, Tokyo (木はライトアップ東京赤坂)
Roppongi Street : In the evening, I went exploring the nearby areas in Akasaka. Walking up the Roppongi street I witnessed the modernism in all its glitter in Tokyo. Apart from the electric dazzle, the trees on both sides of cross roads were lit by electric bulbs giving the ambience a heavenly look! With no destination in mind, I was roaming around suddenly to get a glimpse of a lattice tower in all its glow! Though I had heard of Tokyo tower, I had not known that it was so near. Now, I found my destination.  
Roppongi Street, Akasaka, Tokyo(六本木通り、赤坂、東京)
Roppongi Street, Akasaka, Tokyo (六本木通り、赤坂、東京)
View of Tokyo tower from Roppongi street(六本木通りから東京タワーの眺め)
View of Tokyo tower from Roppongi street (六本木通りから東京タワーの眺め)
Hard Rock Cafe, Tokyo(ハードロックカフェ東京)
Hard Rock Cafe, Tokyo (ハードロックカフェ東京)
Tokyo Tower : I took a deviation from Roppongi street and walked towards Tokyo tower. En route I found the famous restaurant Hard Rock cafe. I was unaware of the streets which lead to the Tokyo tower. Though it remained elusive for some time on the way, I continued walking to find the Eiffel-tower inspired Tokyo tower painted with international orange. In the excitement I took multiple photographs of the iconic tower in different angles. Tokyo tower is a communications and observation tower broadcasting television and radio signals. Though this was little like an adventure, I could have easily lost my way in the night, which I realized much later.

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Tokyo Tower(東京タワー)
Tokyo Tower (東京タワー)
Multi-storey buildings, Tokyo, Japan
Multi-storey buildings, Tokyo, Japan (複数階の建物、東京、日本)
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どのカメラ?: 正面におけるさまざまなオプションを使用すると、しばしば混乱してしまいます - あなたのための右の産物である私はヨドバシにいたときによく、私は同じような状況に直面していました。買うための私の主なcriterions滑らかさと高い光学ズームが含まれていた。ソニーやキヤノンのいずれかからmoのDELSを購入するという考えをいじるの後、私はどんな決断を下すことができませんでした。最後に私の友人はデジタル一眼レフのために行くことを提案した。私はそれが最初に荷物のようにそれを運ぶことを考えに対して死んでいた。しかし、最終的にそれのために行くことにしました、それは私が嫌われて重かったけどニコンD5100を買って心配のもう一つの理由であった​​2枚のレンズ(ズームノーマル)を運ばなければならなかった。でも困ったことは、私の友人デジタル一眼レフを買った - キヤノンEOSモデルを二つのレンズ:)で

赤坂:私の手で新たに取得したフォトキャプチャツールを使用すると、私はすぐに写真をクリックしまくるに乗り込み、最初のターゲットはまた、我々は東京で探求最初の領域であった​​赤坂でした。 Akaska日本語でを意味します。私がクリックした最初の写真は高架接合部の接合部のことでした。私は彼らが互いに交差する複数の立体交差で持っている堅牢な道路インフラの種類に驚きました。見つけるために写真を見たことがありますまた、誰かのように東京が垂直水平に成長する世界の他の都市とは違って成長すると述べた。巨大な多階建ての建物は、その事実を証言する




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