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I’ve seen pictures before, but this is amazing. And you captured a part of the people’s feelings.
Thanks. Two weeks late and admitting it 🙂
Can we expect some 2010 Shibuya special?
That sounds like a great idea. What would you like to see in particular?
Maybe have a poll on famous locations?
As you don’t have infinite time, to round a number of sites and then go nuts on frames 🙂
Supplement to captain’s log: pic #33 looks like Paris because of the two cuties passing by?
well spotted. That was my reason for first thinking of Paris 😉
Thanks for rekindling my dream of someday living there in JLand.
Absolutely beautiful photos……
Oh wow, that’s gorgeous! Some excellent photography, and beautiful scenery.
Such lovely pictures! 🙂 Really, the trees are gorgeous.
Two of my favorite fat-making places are pictured as well – Curry House CoCo and Choco Cro. I patronize them infrequently at best, but I love them both.
My favorite is definitely Choco Cro 🙂 🙂 🙂
Great pics. Apart form the stunning colours, I especially liked the new angles you tried in some of these too.
Thanks. I enjoyed trying those angles out.
via @Shibuya246: Aoyama Autumn, Japan Photo-Post | Shibuya246 http://bt.io/BZOy An explosion of Yellow up and down the street.. Instead of “Follow the Yellow Brick Road…” You can “Follow The Yellow Leaf Road…” That’s what this reminds me of. 🙂 you now have 2 different times for nature watching. 1st is in the spring and the Sakura Blossoms and 2nd the fall w/the Ginko trees. The mixing of the green w/the yellow makes for a nice contrast. Do the leaves get raked up every day? riding ones bike on all those leaves could be a little difficult iff you had to stop suddenly, you’d skid, so apply the brakes softly. Umm a Chocolate Crossiant now that sound quite scrumptious.
All in all great photos as always. If I ever make it to Japan we’d have to go on a photo walk.
You are on. Photo walk ready to go once when you get here 🙂
So beautiful ;__;
Waw, wonderful photos! Would love to be able to enjoy such scenery and snap photos of it. ^^
While autumn was rather mild here, the weather was so unusual that nature seemed to be confused and the trees didn’t all shed their leaves at the same period like in most autumns, so not much autumn leaf canopies to snap photos of.
*makes devil horns/metal sign with his fingers and headbangs whilst singing in falsetto* AAAOYAAAAAAAAMAAAAAAA !!!
– So anyway. Alot of great pictures here; I especially love the way the metallic green of the cabs are such a contrast with the yellow gingko trees. The camera on the ground angle always produces some charming effects. My favorite of the bunch so far is 25 and 31 (tough I personally would have used a straighten tool on 31 😛 )
Since you like vibrant colory things, Ever tought about shooting HDR images ? Would rock for Shibuya night pictures especially, or nature scenes like this. Google it, it’s easy. But the results can be really far out.
Here are some good examples of HDR usage in Shibuya/Japan Autum.
Maybe some HDR shots for the 2010 Shibuya 246 special feature ^_^ ?
thanks. I’ll look into that. Not sure HDR is quite my thing, but worth a try. I don’t own a copy of photoshop so will have to think about it. 🙂
absolutely NO changing of seasons here in southern california….
only noticeable difference going into winter is people wearing long sleeve t-shirts, not short sleeve.
Thank you. Southern California sounds good, particularly for golf 🙂
Great photos – here in the eastern Sierra region of California there is huge color changes of leaves during October in the high mountains, some in the valley, but the color show doesn’t last long – maybe 2 – 3 weeks at the most. Again, niiice!!
I work in Aoyama Ichome so it’s nice to see some pics of my local. Great shots.
NICE pics but what do they do with the stinky rotting fruit that falls from those trees? THAT SMELL MUST BE HORRID.
I didn’t smell anything when I was there 🙂
thank you ^^.
What Kind of Camera is that? photos are beautiful
Nikon D700 with 50mm lens http://shibuya246.com/camera/camera-lens/
I like this autumn trees/leaves in japan.
I agree with Utami-san’s kawaiiiiiiii……… ^^!
thanks for this one! I am definitely going here.
What a beautiful place, i love it!