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By PhoebeB
This is a road leading up to Senso-ji, a temple in Tokyo, Japan. The shops are selling traditional Japanese sweets and souvenirs for tourists.
Would appreciate any feedback, Thank you.

Tags: Japan General Architecture Tokyo Landscape and travel Asakusa

Voters: Diana, Kim Walton, sputnki and 7 more

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sputnki Plus
13 10 Canada
24 Aug 2007 12:49AM
I like the centered composition here. You've done a great job creating a certain balance between the overpowering crowd of people and the more serene ceiling! Having those powerful lines that lead into the middle just off gives the shot a nice bit of tension. Good job!


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miptog Plus
12 3.6k 61 United Kingdom
24 Aug 2007 3:23PM
Use of leading lines works very well. Think there is competition between the canopy and the road as to where the eye is drawn too. Sometines getting at a lower level, crouching down, can improve the perspective of these shots. Mike
25 Aug 2007 2:17AM
Thanks very much for your comments! And thank you for the advice Mike!!
11 Sep 2009 2:57PM
Great lines and interest
DP_Imagery Plus
13 24 6 Wales
13 Sep 2009 11:14PM
Love the composition - might be fun to select the forground people and add some motion blur to intensify the bustle of the place?


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