Attendants at work keeping Kenrokuen looking beautiful.
I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!
This is superbly composed with the branches that bring a natural frame plus the woman in distance, and the guys sweeping in the heart of the image - bravo*
8 Dec 2009 11:00am
@k@: Thanks k@!
Superb composition. I like the contrast with the woman walking in the distance!
8 Dec 2009 11:43am
@Standley: Thanks Richard!
8 Dec 2009 7:45pm
@Alun: Thanks Alun!
Are those brooms used to follow tradition or because they work best?
8 Dec 2009 10:43pm
@Twelvebit: They're pretty much standard, you'll see them everywhere in Japan.
They seem to be cleaning the stones in the water. Interesting. A very fine image.
9 Dec 2009 1:37am
@Steve Rice: Cheers Steve. Yes; something like that. I think they may have been collecting weed if I remember rightly...?
Not easy to keep the gardens and parks of Japan in pristine shape. But...they do it with such dedication that it's worth saying..HAT OFF!
10 Dec 2009 3:44am
@Japanalia: Thanks Gabriela!
I like this BW composition with the workers and the woman in the foreground.
10 Dec 2009 8:25am
@akarui: Cheers Olivier!
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