Photowalk: Kamata to Omori

What better way to spend a sunny Tuesday afternoon than a nice photowalk with one’s son.

Yesterday was Ami’s first day at shougaku and it was Joe’s first day back at the same school. After the festivities of Ami’s nugakushiki, Joe and I went out for a bit of a walk and to shoot some snaps.

After walking through the wonderful lunchtime scenes in Omori Suijin Koen, with falling sakura and office crowds having their lunches, we hopped on the Keihin Tohoku line one stop down to Kamata.

After a quick spot of lunch ourselves, we wended our way back to home  roughly following the Keikyu Line through Umeyashiki, Omorimachi, Heiwajima and Omorikaigan.

Some great little backstreets and just a lovely afternoon spent out in shirtsleeves; dad and son, jamming about this and that and shooting some pics whenever and wherever we fancied.

All shots made on the Mamiya 645AFD II with Mamiya 80mm f/1.9 & Carl Zeiss 180mm f/2.8 lenses.

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