Just on dusk at the Hachiko crossing in Shibuya - said to be the busiest pedestrian crossing in Japan. The illumination is provided by three massive TVs.
Crossing sequence 1.Take a deep breath.
Crossing sequence 2.Move as quickly as you can and jostle for the best position.
Crossing sequence 3.Keep your eyes straight ahead and don't deviate from the prize at the other side of the street.
Crossing sequence 4.Just try not to get pushed over as you make it any way you can to the other side before the man turns red.
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great set....so many people....so busy...so vibrant :))
I have been there as well and it is nuts to be a part of! great capture!
wow that's truly an amassing of human bodies in motion. incredible.
Yukata!!!This set is super freakingly kewl absolutely amazing.Am savin them all!!!Could you do J-fashion the next time?! xp
wonderful shot! what do you use to do that? the night and light tool, or the movment tool? :p
cool man!!!nice ;)
wow, thatsa lot of people but at least, the streets are wide. in beijing, they're narrow. ;(
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