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Weekly Photo Challenge: Experimental

“All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson said. It must surely be true but not so easy. Everyday life always gives us ideal ease. However you don’t need to think it rigidly in case photography. It is easy to release the shutter.

A backlight photo would be a common technique for capturing colored autumn leaves but, honestly saying, it was an experimental shot for me. What I wanted to take was ‘cold’ air. Probably it might be hard to share how Yokohama’s autumn or winter is in case you’ve never been. I hope it went well.

In response to the weekly photo challengeExperimental by The Daily Post.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Temporary

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Someone temporary put dried flowers on a bicycle and it became an art suddenly. When I find an unintended beauty, I always take a picture of it. It is usually a sort of temporary thing and you would miss it once you leave there.

偶然のアートを見つけるとつい写真を撮ってしまうのは、それがその瞬間だけのものだから。

In response to the weekly photo challengeTemporary by The Daily Post.

 

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Peek

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When you are forbidden to do something and you think the it’s not reasonable, it must be quite natural to have a desire to break the rules. The first time I learned the word ‘peek’ was – as you know English is not my mother tongue – indeed such a situation. No! I wasn’t peeking in someone’s private life. I was digging inside a micro computer using a high level programming language called Pascal. The operator PEEK meant retrieving data stored in a memory. It sounded so strange for me because its antonym was POKE which operated as writing data.
Back to my picture at the top. The round window is for seeing outside of the tight cabin. Nobody peeks in, probably.

In response to the weekly photo challenge, Peek by The Daily Post.

 

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Rounded

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The round-topped table was looked cold with reflected light. Its translucent glass top was rippled by whispering leaves in a gentle breeze. A hasty leaf jumped into the glass.

丸テーブルはさざめく葉の影で波立ち、せっかちな一枚がガラスに飛び込んだ。

In response to the weekly photo challenge, Rounded by The Daily Post.

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Sun lights through leaves are always rounded.