The Tokyo Tower is one of the most famous tourist spots in Tokyo.
The Tokyo Tower is the most famous tourist spot in Tokyo. This tower’s height is 333m, so it was too high to take pictures of it in frames. But we didn’t worry about it by the grace of the Lomography 10 Golden Rules.
There are some parks and temples around the Tokyo Tower, and those are the places of people’s rest. However, we felt that the day was too good for a rest, and we remembered the Lomo Golden Rule – ‘Don’t think! Just shoot!’ So we absorbed ourselves in shooting without any rests. We formed the human letters, ‘LOMO’ and took the pose of the Tokyo tower, too. We were reminded of childhood days by taking pictures with the movement of our bodies.
After took pictures of around Tokyo Tower, we went to the final destination of our Lomography Journey, Lomography Gallery Shop Tokyo.
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