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Fresh Tea
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Stephanie Jung
Japan



Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Stephanie Jung
Japan



Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Stephanie Jung
Japan



Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Stephanie Jung
Japan



Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Stephanie Jung
Japan



Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Stephanie Jung
Japan



Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Stephanie Jung
Japan



Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Stephanie Jung
Japan



Website
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Stephanie Jung
Japan



Website
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yuikki:

Ume ( Japanese apricot ) by Wagashi Pix on Flickr.
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I still don’t understand what the issue is and all the drama surrounding Jin. All he did was marry his girlfriend and they had a baby. WHY IS HE GETTING SO MUCH CRAP ABOUT HIS CAREER? I guess Johnny’s didn’t want him to get married, but I don’t understand. They are making a HUGE deal out of nothing. If I am missing something, please correct me.
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somewhereintheworldtoday:

‘snow mean feat to build ice sculptures on this scale!
The Sapporo Snow Festival is one of Japan’s most impressive winter events with huge glittering ice sculptures transforming the city of Sapporo into a magical winter wonderland.
More on Sapporo Yuki Matsuri / Sapporo Snow Festival by Somewhere in the world today…
Picture: Sapporo Snow Festival 2009 by paulbanday, on Flickr
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Good night!
japanlove:

Asakusa Sanja Festival 三社祭 by localjapantimes on Flickr.
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japanlove:

Recto by le niners on Flickr.
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japanlove:

The colorful carp banners. by MJ/TR (´・ω・) on Flickr.
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japanlove:

untitled by mio-spr on Flickr.
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japanlove:

kawaii overkill · a place for a prayer [anyway!] by taotsu on Flickr.
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lapoor:

kensiethejedi:


Dear Stranger, by Shizuka Yokomizo
For this 1998-2000 series of portraits, photographer Shizuka Yokomizo left several anonymous letters on the doorsteps of random ground floor apartments that read:
“Dear Stranger,
I am an artist working on a photographic project which involves people I do not know…. I would like to take a photograph of you standing in your front room from the street in the evening.”
The letter specified a certain ten-minute period during which the artist would approach, take the picture, and slip back into the darkness. She would only reveal her identity once her subjects received a print and contact information (so that they could let her know if they objected to their portrait being exhibited).
Yokomizo made sure that when the photos were taken, the light would be too dark outside to see her — it would only allow her subjects to see their own reflections in the window they were looking out of.

woah

oh man saw these forever ago, but i think about them sometimes, so cool
lapoor:

kensiethejedi:


Dear Stranger, by Shizuka Yokomizo
For this 1998-2000 series of portraits, photographer Shizuka Yokomizo left several anonymous letters on the doorsteps of random ground floor apartments that read:
“Dear Stranger,
I am an artist working on a photographic project which involves people I do not know…. I would like to take a photograph of you standing in your front room from the street in the evening.”
The letter specified a certain ten-minute period during which the artist would approach, take the picture, and slip back into the darkness. She would only reveal her identity once her subjects received a print and contact information (so that they could let her know if they objected to their portrait being exhibited).
Yokomizo made sure that when the photos were taken, the light would be too dark outside to see her — it would only allow her subjects to see their own reflections in the window they were looking out of.

woah

oh man saw these forever ago, but i think about them sometimes, so cool
lapoor:

kensiethejedi:


Dear Stranger, by Shizuka Yokomizo
For this 1998-2000 series of portraits, photographer Shizuka Yokomizo left several anonymous letters on the doorsteps of random ground floor apartments that read:
“Dear Stranger,
I am an artist working on a photographic project which involves people I do not know…. I would like to take a photograph of you standing in your front room from the street in the evening.”
The letter specified a certain ten-minute period during which the artist would approach, take the picture, and slip back into the darkness. She would only reveal her identity once her subjects received a print and contact information (so that they could let her know if they objected to their portrait being exhibited).
Yokomizo made sure that when the photos were taken, the light would be too dark outside to see her — it would only allow her subjects to see their own reflections in the window they were looking out of.

woah

oh man saw these forever ago, but i think about them sometimes, so cool
lapoor:

kensiethejedi:


Dear Stranger, by Shizuka Yokomizo
For this 1998-2000 series of portraits, photographer Shizuka Yokomizo left several anonymous letters on the doorsteps of random ground floor apartments that read:
“Dear Stranger,
I am an artist working on a photographic project which involves people I do not know…. I would like to take a photograph of you standing in your front room from the street in the evening.”
The letter specified a certain ten-minute period during which the artist would approach, take the picture, and slip back into the darkness. She would only reveal her identity once her subjects received a print and contact information (so that they could let her know if they objected to their portrait being exhibited).
Yokomizo made sure that when the photos were taken, the light would be too dark outside to see her — it would only allow her subjects to see their own reflections in the window they were looking out of.

woah

oh man saw these forever ago, but i think about them sometimes, so cool
lapoor:

kensiethejedi:


Dear Stranger, by Shizuka Yokomizo
For this 1998-2000 series of portraits, photographer Shizuka Yokomizo left several anonymous letters on the doorsteps of random ground floor apartments that read:
“Dear Stranger,
I am an artist working on a photographic project which involves people I do not know…. I would like to take a photograph of you standing in your front room from the street in the evening.”
The letter specified a certain ten-minute period during which the artist would approach, take the picture, and slip back into the darkness. She would only reveal her identity once her subjects received a print and contact information (so that they could let her know if they objected to their portrait being exhibited).
Yokomizo made sure that when the photos were taken, the light would be too dark outside to see her — it would only allow her subjects to see their own reflections in the window they were looking out of.

woah

oh man saw these forever ago, but i think about them sometimes, so cool
lapoor:

kensiethejedi:


Dear Stranger, by Shizuka Yokomizo
For this 1998-2000 series of portraits, photographer Shizuka Yokomizo left several anonymous letters on the doorsteps of random ground floor apartments that read:
“Dear Stranger,
I am an artist working on a photographic project which involves people I do not know…. I would like to take a photograph of you standing in your front room from the street in the evening.”
The letter specified a certain ten-minute period during which the artist would approach, take the picture, and slip back into the darkness. She would only reveal her identity once her subjects received a print and contact information (so that they could let her know if they objected to their portrait being exhibited).
Yokomizo made sure that when the photos were taken, the light would be too dark outside to see her — it would only allow her subjects to see their own reflections in the window they were looking out of.

woah

oh man saw these forever ago, but i think about them sometimes, so cool
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japanlove:

untitled by *dapple dapple on Flickr.
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japanlove:

Sweetbox by dtpancio on Flickr.
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japanlove:

Sweetbox by dtpancio on Flickr.
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japanlove:

Tokyo (by knet2d)
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japanlove:

Diana+ by shuta is shooter on Flickr.