Through the Sandbox Lens #20 — Nighttime Ginza

Posted by on Dec 5, 2010 in Sandbox Photography, Through the Sandbox Lens, Uncategorized | 15 comments

Tokyo’s Ginza may not be a shopping mecca for budget travelers. However, it costs absolutely squat to go there and take some great photos. One of the best times of the day for photography is in the early evening. The lighting makes the all ready fantastic architecture even more outstanding. The Ginza is easily accessible by Tokyo’s excellent subway system.

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Tokyo's Ginza at Night

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  1. Wow-factor written all over this shot. Bravo!

  2. This is a great Japanese landscape, ecological, cultural, traditional photography site. Great!

  3. I love nighttime shots — thanks for this one!

  4. I love night photography, great shot.

    • Thanks Ayngelina. I would like to do more night photography. I need to carry my tripod more often.

  5. What a great, colourful shot, Nancie!

  6. Hi Nancie . . . awesome photo!

    Thanks for following my blog . . . I’m following you as well via Networked Blogs.

    Have a wonderful day . . . Gina

    • Hi Gina……………..Nice to see you here. I’ll be watching for more great recipes on your blog.

  7. lovely photo

  8. Very cool photo, Nancie 🙂


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