Throughout the week I take a lot of pictures of things that catch my eye. So I’m going to start a new series of posts to share the best of those pictures with a little background story for each of them.
In the last year Yoyogi Park widened and repaved its entrance. I suspect it was done to chase off the mini homeless camp that inhabited its fringe and deter skateboarders. Now it’s a soulless blacktop. Except for these simple and whimsical silhouettes.
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