I carried my camera with me to work the other day/week. It is interesting how you start noticing things differently when you have your camera in your hand. A few photos from the “walks to work”
I wonder who is the boss?
Is it the right name if the courts are clay?
I walk past the Chinese embassy. There are always lots of policemen.
I also walk past the firehouse. Like firemen everywhere, they spend a lot of time cleaning their trucks till they shine.
This sign caught my attention; a universal government slogan worldwide I would wager.
There are a lot of shrines in Tokyo. Around every bend and corner. I liked the way the sun caught the roof.
I think they left the “s” off this sign. Or perhaps they have great toast ….
And I took a photo of these “enslaved” traffic cones as a tribute to this posting.
Many Japanese restaurants have banners hanging in front of the doors. I am sure they have some writing of welcome or good luck on them, but I was simply caught by the way these flowed in the evening wind.
My destination ….