These were the morning crowds heading into downtown Tokyo. This was the Shinagawa Station across from our hotel.
Just because I had to
Common factor in most museums and galleries around the world - the shops and restaurants are always free
I think she was phoning the umbrella manufacturer for a copy of the user guide. You'll see more of her further on.
We enjoyed the marvelous exhibit of statues and paintings. I really don't need to comment on all of them, just enjoy them.
Mary and Maureen plotting something.
Patricia pointing the way to . .
lie on the luggage rack to take these photos was only a coincidence
Not sure exactly what it was, but it sure would look neat as a replacement for our front door at home.
Two young gentlemen eventually came to their rescue.
I'm sure that there was a good reason for this staircase.
Sorry, I couldn't help myself. What actually attracted me was her whole outfit and the colour of her hair vs. her shoes. Study in pseudo-pink.
All of the works had descriptive notes, but I thought it too laborious to photograph them all. Fortunately Mary did with her photos, so we can always go back to hers to see who did what.
I really do wish I could have found out who did this particular work.
Subway & train systems in Tokyo, albeit vast, are so well documented, that you could easily find your way anywhere . . almost.
A tad more complex than Toronto . .
We, momentarily, became close friends . .
Early security guard. He didn't seem to notice that someone had stolen his bow string . .
Told you she'd be back. That's Mary watching me watching the young lady watching me taking her picture while reporting me to the authorities as a potential stalker.
Being able to just
The crowds were there, but not quite as intense as I'd thought they might be.
We're not lost again, it's over there . .
It started out for Maureen and Kay, as a simple rental of umbrellas.
Mary gave up, but Kay and Maureen came along and dragged me off before the authorities did.
I took this one because I liked the way the light was working on the people.
There were a lot of college-age students in the gallery, but they were more interested in taking photos of the architectural features of the gallery than the actual art work. I suspect that they were architectural students.
walk around her, made her even more interesting to me.
I would have loved to have photographed her with different types of lighting.