Analog Nezu Photowalk

The previous post was the digital series from the Nezu photowalk with Mr Shoottokyo. I also took along a analog beast - in this case my beloved Mamiya 645 Pro TL. I had a couple of lenses and bunch of rolls of the now discontinued Fuji Astia positive film in 120 format.  This was a perfect set for the kind of day - and the wonderful subject matter. Nothing beats the look of medium format in my mind. Some of the photos look very like the digital ones shown earlier, but trust me, when blown up to large size, well, night and day.

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The light was perfect towards the end of the walk. A cemetery in Yanaka.

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Not quite sure what they were getting at here.

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Cups of efferings on grave in Yanaka

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Up the steps at Nezu Shrine

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A bit of a cliche I guess. Nezu Shrine.

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Nezu Shrine detail

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Buddah, Yanaka

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Don't wear shoes here. Yanaka.

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Control the rainwater. Yanaka.

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Photo Walkers in the mirror. Yanaka.

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Temple stone lantern. Nezu Shrine.

© David Runacres 2014