I've got a bunch of pictures taken around Yokohama in the month of December that I just can't bear to delete. These were taken when I was out walking around with various cameras and lenses. So, lets checkout the leftovers!
A beautiful day at the Ookagawa river.
I see you, you see me, it's all good.
If you look at the expressions on their faces you could write so many stories.
Food! Okonomiyaki is so delicious.
Batter dipped and ready to eat.
Yes, I'll take some of these and some of those. OK?
The ice skating rink. This little girl was having a great time.
After a short pep talk from her mother it's back to skating.
Skating is a great father, daughter activity.
Friends on ice.
And, now for the birds!
They walk hand-in-hand without any fear of the birds.
Maybe they should fear them.
Alfred Hitchcock would be pleased with this.
This is why they say "Don't feed the birds".
But, they don't listen.
This is how it was done before selfies were invented.
Happy to be alive.
The Yokohama Marine Tower pointing skyward.
Children at play - the laws of gravity do not apply to them.
Pushing the buggy with the power of prayer.
The Landmark tower looms large on the skyline.
Sometimes the grass is greener on this side of the fence.
A December rose.
The Landmark tower looming even larger!
Reflections on the Ookagawa river.
Two red lanterns.
The circle walk bridge.
It looks like a hit and run in the making. Not to worry, no one was hurt in the making of this image.
The streets are long; cold too!
Here comes my baby!
Thanks for stopping by and have a Happy New Year!