Photos JP2

Roger's trip to Japan Apr 5, 2018 in Tokyo. Photos were shot with a Fuji X-T2 camera using a Fuji 10mm - 24mm f/4.0 lens, a iPhone 6s camera, or with a DJI Mavic Pro Drone camera mounted on a 3d gimbal.





A bit of filtered sun now and Malcolm looks way more handsome.

He even looks good with a feminine background.

Yours truly in front of a cherry blossom explosion.

What a pretty back yard.
Nice contrast of colors.
Back on the sub way with no seating for the big guy.
As I had a bad knee the polite boys, always let me sit if seating was available.
Coming home from work and these business men look exhausted. Glad I am retired.
A cherry blossom celebration is going on in this park with lots of food vendors serving my favorite vegetable CORN.
I am not sure what these are, but they look delicious.  Just got email from my Friend John Schooley a frequent travler to Japan who said it is called Okonomiaki.  If there is a next trip I must try it.
I was hungry and I love soba noodles.
These look like giant chess pieces to me?
The Japanese sure know how to decorate their houses.  Beautiful colors, symmetry, and design.
How did they build these things in days of old?
The water all over Japan tasted wonderful and there was free water distribution points like this all over.
The Japanese emperors of old loved the color orange. 
A fun statue.
Awesome cherry tree.
A ruler of old and his faithful dog.
At the end of the day we got close to the Fish Market, but most of the shops were already closed.
The fish were so fresh in Tokyo.