Walking to the station after work tonight was fun because I had my camera in hand and felt like you were with me.
These street shots are taken for the photo 101 course and the task was to shoot some wide shots to establish the scene.
Walk with me as I head to the station from school.
Leaving the school, taken from the second floor. Watch your step!
Turn left out the gate and follow the kids, keep to the right, there are no footpaths and the road is narrow when delivery trucks park up! watch out for cyclists. Go under the overbridge and note the mural. The students from my school painted it and those are my first 2 wonderful Tongan students pictured in it!
Take the first left after the mural. I never noticed the graffiti until I looked at this picture! Check out that wee bakery on the left some time, they have nice stuff. At this point on my snappy happy jaunt, I realised my camera has a wide function so I swapped over.
Go straight, cross the river, you’ll see various restaurants and funky wee clothing stores.
Off to your left, you will see a big tower block. It’s called the Atlas Tower.
You should come to the main road with the railway running overhead. Cross the road to Naka Meguro Station
And here we are! Let me take you up to platform and make sure you get on the right train! You can see the Atlas tower and the road we just crossed from the platform
Have a great day! Hope you enjoyed your stroll along the Tokyo streets in the Naka Meguro area.
In response to Photo 101 – Day 2, Establishing the Scene, Wide Shots
Yoroshiku Onegai shimasu